News & Blog
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3Rs Centers. Reduce, Refine, Replace
16/02/23 – Blog Post
Working for the protection and welfare of animals used in science.
Welcome to the Nagi Team Raphaël!
02/02/23 – Blog Post
Passionate about innovation created by connecting biology and engineering, Raphaël Tabourin joins the Nagi team as embedded software engineer.
FDA Modernization Act 2.0 Approved
17/01/23 – Blog Post
The FDA no longer requires animal tests to go to the clinical trial phase.
5 more C. elegans facts you may not know (yet)
10/11/22 – Blog Post
Discover 5 more facts about the biological model C. elegans.
Can C. elegans hear? Nematodes for auditory neuroscience research
03/11/22 – Blog Post
Discover C. elegans as a model organism for auditory neuroscience research.
5 C. elegans facts you may not know (yet)
22/09/22 – Blog Post
Discover some facts about the biological model C. elegans.
The SydLab Analyzer – The end of manual worm counting
25/08/22 – Blog Post
A unique data processing pipeline using a unique AI-based software for C.elegans assays.
Alternative Testing Market Overview
18/08/22 – Blog Post
The animal testing market loses the battle of growth against non-animal technologies.
High-Content Screening technologies and drug development
11/08/22 – Blog Post
We called our SydLab System a high-content screening technology many times, but what does it mean exactly?
Microfluidic Chips – Exploring the technology
20/07/22 – Blog Post
Exploring the advantages of microfluidic chips for biological experiments.
Lab Automation – In search for efficiency
07/07/22 – Blog Post
The quest for efficiency does not distinguish between industries. And labs are no exception. But, what does it implies to automate your lab?
The future of drug and substance testing is ethical
16/06/22 – Blog Post
The US House of Representatives passed the FDA Modernization Act to transform the drug approval process and move towards a non-animal testing future.
Keen to hear about the latest news in the world of alternative testing methods? Are you interested in learning about the latest techniques in toxicology? Maybe a worm enthusiast?