- Tox Team welcomes back Dr Natalie Burden NC3Rs Programme Manager Dr Natalie Burden has returned from maternity leave. Her […]
- How big a problem is aggression in male mice? Which strains are the most aggressive? What can be done to […]
- Subscribe to the NC3Rs newsletter Newsletter October 2019 Online resources from the NC3Rs: let us know what you think We […]
- The NC3Rs has a long-standing collaboration with the pharmaceutical industry, providing companies with an opportunity to share data and experience […]
Understanding Animal Research
- A report from the Department of Health in Northern Ireland shows that 28,790 procedures were carried out on animals in […]
- Research with rats and dogs means asthma and COPD symptoms can be contained, if not cured.
- Why do bats have such a bad reputation?
- Evolution has generated a huge range of chemicals in venoms.
Speaking of Research
- By Justin A. Varholick, Ph.D. As we grow older there’s an impending fear that we will slowly, but surely, begin […]
- Nov 2019 Update: What’s happening with campaigns and legislation aimed at US animal research and testingWe wrote about the legislative efforts and campaigns targeting nonhuman animal research in the US earlier this year. There, we […]
- Opinion or fact? Chimp Haven should provide the public with evidence and data to inform critical decisions about retired chimpanzee health and well-beingYesterday we wrote about NIH’s announcement that 44 elderly and/or frail chimpanzees would be retired in place at the Alamogordo […]
- Retired in Place: National Institutes of Health Announces Decision to Prioritize Chimpanzee Health, Safety, and Psychological Well-beingForty-four elderly and frail chimpanzees will not be forced to leave their social groups or partners to endure a stressful […]