Scientists continue to discover that mice and humans are different

August 17, 2017

Several recent studies have confirmed crucial differences between mice and humans that impact research into neurological disorders and diabetes. These studies add to the volume of previous research that demonstrates research with mice is highly questionable.

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CAARE welcomes new partners to our science advisory board

August 1, 2017

CAARE is pleased to welcome several new scientists to our expert advisory board who share our vision to replace the use of animals in experiments.

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Vascular organ chips for drug screening

July 6, 2017

New enhancements in the field of organs-on-chips incorporate the development of blood vessels.

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Non-animal breakthrough studies deadly blood clots

June 9, 2017

A team of researchers, composed of scientists from academia and industry, has created a model to study the intricate physiology of pulmonary thrombosis without using animals.

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Creating life-like human tissue in the lab

May 8, 2017

CAARE continually reviews scientific methods of research without using animals.  Now and again we are excited to see something truly innovative that shows important potential to replace animals.

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Editing the human genome to cure disease

April 8, 2017

The holy grail of genetic research is to cure disorders that arise from hereditary defects by directly repairing the gene errors that cause them.

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Liver-in-a-droplet. No kidding!

January 12, 2017

Twenty-first century science has been forever transformed by organs-on-chips, but the technology has only just begun to be tapped for its full potential.

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Moving into the next era with organs on chips

November 16, 2016

Last month proved to be an exciting month for progress in organs-on-chips. 

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Company advances replacing animals with 3D bioprinting

October 14, 2016

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Using artificial intelligence to develop and test new drugs

August 3, 2016

We are in the midst of a crisis in drug development. The average drug costs approximately $5 billion and takes 12 years to go from pre-clinical development to market.

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