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Paulin Jirkof 5h
Interesting read on implementing an upper limit to suffering in animal research
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Paul A. Locke 51m
The HEARTS Act is a logical outgrowth of current laws and policies, especially the 3Rs -- reduction, refinement and replacement -- which have guided lab animal research for 60 years. The include absolute replacement of animals.
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Mel Finlay Feb 15
Thank you to the for my welcome pack as one of the recipients of the PhD Studentships. I am looking forward to what the next three years will bring!
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Paulin Jirkof Feb 14
New one: The effect of group size, age and handling frequency on inter-male aggression in CD 1 mice
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Paulin Jirkof Feb 14
Some thoughts on (missed) potential for refinement for (breeding, stock, etc.) lab rodents
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Swiss 3R Competence Centre (3RCC) Feb 14
Study shows that CD-1 mice can successfully be housed for up to 14 wks and groups of 3 may be the best for reducing even minor levels of aggression (i.e. wounding).
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Toxicology News Feb 14
Organic compounds percutaneous penetration in vivo in man: Relationship to mathematical predictive model
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Susanna Louhimies Feb 13
Focus on Where are we in the EU and what are the obstacles and outlook on our road to the final goal of full replacement as set in ? Read more from
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Steve Weatherill Feb 14
The 3 Little Pigs script ~ World Book Day story play. is on the Baby Goz facebook page. 5 pages A4 Read & Play
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Dr Anthony Holmes Feb 11
If you haven't heard of Challenges (where have you been...) and are not sure if its for you, take a look at our programme review to learn about the scientific, commercial and benefits it offers to Challenge sponsors
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The Roslin Institute Feb 14
Farming UK features research by Roslin & scientists - they developed a new method of sampling tissue which could aid in the study of poultry infections. By
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The British School of Barcelona Feb 14
🎭🎭 Arrangements are on well on their way at for our first ever! ♻️Based on the () we'll have recycled arts-and-crafts, Vintage Clothing parades, recycled trophies and organic snacks! 🥳
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Andrew P Desbois Feb 14
We use these guys - the insect Galleria mellonella - to understand virulence of Francisella noatunensis subsp. orientalis, a pathogen of tilapia
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Lynne Sneddon Feb 11
European animal statistics demonstrate fish are second most used experimental animal and so applying 3Rs and safeguarding their welfare crucial in good science
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Dr Natalie Duggett Feb 11
Looking forward to sending out & packs for our new students - welcome to the !
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The Roslin Institute Feb 11
This time-lapse film shows fluorescent green immune cells in chicken lung tissue move to target a model of infection, coloured red, in a new model for developing treatments and vaccines for key poultry diseases
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Understanding Animal Research Feb 13
Another promising alternative to animal research in the works - electrospun synthetic cell scaffolds will allow researchers to study why and how cancer cells metastasize using human tissue, instead of animal tissue
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Swiss 3R Competence Centre (3RCC) Feb 11
Melanie Fischer & Kristin Schirmer who won our Swiss Award for alternative in vitro test replacing fish to test of & received grant to develop animal-free medium.
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Susanna Louhimies Feb 14
Focus on A good read, just need to keep in mind that is a legal requirement in the since 2013 - not only guidance or an element for consideration. See Annex III of for the care and accommodation requirements
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Sarah Ellison Feb 14
A new bill would put some of the responsibility for on the producers instead of just on the consumers. It won't pass, but it does highlight the problems around via :
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