Scientific Events/Conferences/Training of interest to Scientists involved with the development of non-animal based technologies and techniques to replace the use of animals in biomedical research and testing.
The latest in the British Pharmacological Society's series of focused meetings will address in silico and in vitro methods in modern drug discovery.Read more
The HPRA is the competent authority in Ireland responsible for the implementation of EU legislation Directive 2010/63/EU for the protection of animals used for scientific purposes.
In order to enhance awareness of the 3Rs amongst the research community in Ireland and beyond the HPRA is planning to host a 3Rs information day on May 17th 2017.Read more
The Advances in Cell and Tissue Culture (ACTC) conference, hosted by Kirkstall Ltd., aims to create an interdisciplinary forum in which industry and academic researchers, working in cell culture can exchange knowledge, promote their activities and set up new collaborative projects.Read more
- Dr Gabriella Ficz, Barts Cancer Institute, QMUL - ‘Hit-and-run epigenetic editing enables senescence escape in primary breast cells from healthy donors’
- Dr Robert Hynds, UCL Cancer Institute and The Crick Institute - ‘Cell culture models of the human airway epithelium in health and disease’
- Ms Stefania Di Ciò, School of Engineering and Materials Science, QMUL - ‘How cells sense the matrix geometry: a novel nanopatterning approach’
WC10 promises to be a cutting edge scientific meeting with emphasis on the latest technologies for reduction and replacement of animals and innovations in approaches to ethics, animal welfare and public policy.Read more