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Guest Blog
Tuesday 25 March 2014
Inaugural 3Rs prize winner, Siouxsie Wiles, reflects on her career progression over the eight years since receiving the prize and how the NC3Rs recognition has helped her to talk more openly about her research with animals. 
Guest Blog
Wednesday 19 March 2014
A redesigned device for recording brain activity in monkeys, which is less prone to infection than standard systems, has been recognised by the NC3Rs 3Rs Prize for its potential to improve the welfare of non-human primates in research.
Guest Blog
Thursday 06 March 2014
2013 3Rs prize runner up Dr György Fejer, from Plymouth University, speaks to the NC3Rs about how his highly commended work with macrophage cells has the potential to reduce the number of mice used in infectious disease research.   
Guest Blog
Wednesday 26 February 2014
Dr Meritxell Huch, at the Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge, has won the NC3Rs 3Rs Prize for research that has for the first time grown “mini-livers” from adult mouse stem cells. 
Guest Blog
Friday 21 February 2014
“The use of the stickleback instead of other fish species will result in a 50% reduction in the number of fish used for testing the effects of chemicals on sexual development.”
Staff Blog
Thursday 06 February 2014
NC3Rs Board member Dr Ian Ragan discusses new methodologies to make pluripotent stem cells and GM animals.
Guest Blog
Friday 24 January 2014
Recent University of Edinburgh spin out, FibromEd Products Limited, and biotechnology company Kirkstall Limited, have been awarded funding from the NC3Rs CRACK IT Solutions programme.
Staff Blog
Thursday 09 January 2014
Researchers from Queen Mary University have this week published research showing that the NC3Rs ARRIVE guidelines, whilst being adopted and endorsed by over 300 journals, are not being adequately implemented. Dr Katie Lidster, co-author of the article* discusses the research and its implications.
Guest Blog
Thursday 19 December 2013
Neurodegeneration is a component of many neurological disorders including multiple sclerosis, stroke and Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. 
Staff Blog
Thursday 12 December 2013
This month The Scientist magazine announced the winners of their annual Top 10 Innovations 2013 competition, which highlights the best global technologies to enter the lab. Three of these have potential to replace, reduce or refine the use of animals in research. The NC3Rs Technology Programme Manager, Dr...

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