A consortium of academic institutions and SMEs led by Professor Raymond Pieters from the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht has recently been a
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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
The LocoWhisk arena simultaneously measures locomotion and whisker movements, providing quantitative measures of rodent behaviour for basic researc
Seven teams have been awarded funding in the 2017 CRACK IT Challenge competition, which brings together industry, academia and SMEs to develop mark
Researchers from the University of Oxford have created a new approach to reduce the use of thousands of animals used annually for assessing the dev