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Opportunity profile: Crack on with £1m for novel 3Rs work

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This year the NC3Rs Crack It scheme tackles existing roadblocks to animal-free product testing put forward by Shell, Syngenta and Unilever. Anthony Holmes, head of technology development at NC3Rs gives Beckie Smith the lowdown.

The National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research’s has announced the challenges for the seventh year of its Crack It commercialisation programme.

As with previous years the challenges fit with the NC3R’s goal of finding alternative ways to develop products that typically require the use of animals.

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