Apply for 3Rs prize


The annual UK NC3Rs prize, calling for excellent examples of replacement, reduction and refinement in the use of animals in research, is looking for applicants.


The international prize, sponsored by GSK and worth £30,000, rewards primary research published in a peer-reviewed journal within the last three years, in which the 3Rs have had a demonstrable impact.


Researchers from any area of medical, biological or veterinary research from around the world are encouraged to apply, before Wednesday 6 April.


Last year’s prize went to Dr Laura Pellegrini, from the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK, for her work on organoids that could replace the use of mice in some brain studies.

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