3RCC Targeted Call 2022: Putting 3Rs methods into effective practice
Deadline November 30th, 2022
Implementation can be defined as the bridge between an innovative approach and its wide-spread use. For many promising 3Rs approaches bridging this gap requires further research. The aim here is to fund research projects that can propose a comprehensive strategy to implement specific methods within a defined field of application. Projects can explore approaches across all the 3Rs, either in isolation or combination.
The total budget of a single proposal is expected to lie between CHF 230’000 and 460’000.
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3RCC Knowledge Transfer Grant
Young researchers (PhD students or Postdocs) who are currently active in Switzerland are encouraged to apply for a short-term stay with another national or international research group to learn a developed 3Rs approach and implement it in their home lab or institution.
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Project funding AnimalfreeResearch
The following topics are preferred:
- Promotion of alternative methods for the complete or partial replacement of animal experiments in the sense of the 3Rs: development, validation, optimization, publication, recognition, application.
- Dialogue with the scientific community and the public as well as commitment to change the legal framework for the protection of experimental animals
SGV Travel Grants
To support SGV members for continuing education:
SET - 3R Research Funding
Stiftung zur Förderung der Erforschung von Ersatz- und Ergänzungsmethoden zur Einschränkung von Tierversuchen
UFAW & HSA Grants and Awards
Among UFAW’s top priorities is the promotion and support of high quality science that will lead to substantial advances in animal welfare, and the promotion of education in animal welfare – particularly at university and college level.
The University of Zurich is a UFAW LINK, UZH students therefore can apply for all grants.
European Organ-on-Chip Society
On this page you can find funding for your research and innovation activities in the field of OoC.
The Lush Prize
The yearly Lush Prize offers a global prize fund to support initiatives to end or replace animal testing.
It is the largest prize fund in the non-animal testing sector, awarding £250,000.
LAL Grant Programme
Laboratory Animals Limited (LAL) is a registered charity whose aims are to promote education and training in laboratory animal science, medicine technology and welfare. LAL provides grants to individuals attending training activities, funding in support of scientific meetings, funding for training courses in countries with no or limited access to education and training in laboratory animal science and many other initiatives.