Two teams have been awarded funding to deliver Phase 2 of the 2018 CRACK IT Challenges competition.
Could your organisation sponsor the next CRACK IT Challenge to improve R&D and reduce reliance on animal models?
£2.7 million is available for three new Challenges – applications are sought from SMEs and academic consortia.
In the 2018 Moshers single phase* CRACK IT Challenge £99,382 has been awarded to Rese
This award, made through our CRACK IT Challenges programme, will support the development of a more human-relevant platform for DART testing.
Researchers at the University of Naples Federico II have developed a non-invasive, cost efficient method to detect and identify potential pathogens
This year's competition consists of three Challenges identified jointly by the NC3Rs and Sponsors.
Researchers at Durham University have developed a semi-automated ‘continual trials’ approach for spontaneous object recognition tasks, in which an
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have developed a low cost, ex vivo porcine corneal model to rapidly assess ocular drug penetra
The liver plays an important role in drug metabolism and is susceptible to injury, making drug-induced hepatoxicity a leading cause of attrition du