Championing the 3Rs in India

In this blog post, Dr Mark Prescott, Director of Policy and Outreach, and Dr Nathalie Percie du Sert, Head of Experimental Design and Reporting, refle...

CRACK IT 2018: Call for Challenges

The NC3Rs is now inviting submissions from Sponsors for new CRACK IT Challenges for the 2018 competition. Since 2011, CRACK IT has showcased 2...

Applying the 3Rs in non-human primate research: barriers, solutions and opportunities

Two recently published papers co-authored by NC3Rs staff members have explored the application of the 3Rs to research and safety testing involving non...

Re-use of needles: is this an indicator of a culture of care?

Our recent guest blog is from Dr Lucy Whitfield, Royal Veterinary College and Dr Sally Robinson, AstraZeneca, who cover the topic of re-using hypoderm...
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    New Solution: BrainBits® Providing primary rat and mouse tissues and cells

    Traditionally, researchers have two options for procuring tissue/cells from rats and mice: 1. Researchers can order animals from breeders and maint...
     

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    Data, data, data: Applying Maths to 3Rs problems - a case study

    In the final blog of the ‘Data, data, data’ series*, Dr Manasi Nandi, Senior Lecturer in Integrative Pharmacology at King’s College London talks...

    When the 3Rs and transgenic technologies meet

    Dr Peter Hohenstein from The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh and International Society for Transgenic Technologies, shares his impressions f...

    Reducing variability in experimental stroke models

    A study recently published in Disease Models & Mechanisms describes a new approach for inducing stroke in mice that reduces variability in the exp...

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