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2016 CRACK IT Challenges announced

The 2016 CRACK IT Challenges competition consists of four Challenges identified jointly by the NC3Rs and Sponsors. This year the competition is funded...
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    £700k awarded in the 2017 CRACK IT Challenge competition

    Seven teams have been awarded funding in the 2017 CRACK IT Challenge competition, which brings together large industries, academia and SMEs to develop...
     

    Fellowships awarded to support early career researchers

    We are pleased to announce four new NC3Rs Fellowships, a commitment of just over £730,000, awarded to support 3Rs research in a range of disease area...

    Meet the 'locals'! The NC3Rs Regional Programme Managers share their experience

    In late 2016 the NC3Rs recruited two Regional Programme Managers, Dr Kamar Ameen-Ali and Dr Emma Stringer. Kamar's post is co-funded by the NC3Rs and ...

    Tail handling reduces the value of reward in laboratory mice

    Researchers at Newcastle University have found that picking up laboratory mice by the tail makes them less responsive to reward, indicating a more dep...

    Modelling bone formation and maturation in vitro

    Researchers from the Universities of Birmingham and Oxford, funded by the NC3Rs, have developed a new self-structuring model of bone tissue in vitro t...

    New NC3Rs Board members appointed

    We are pleased to announce that Professor Paul Garside, Dr David Lovell and Professor Jon Timmis have joined the NC3Rs Board. They bring with them exp...

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