Making the Leap

How COVID-19 Led Biology Teachers to Try Humane Dissection Tools…and What This Could Mean for the Future When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in the spring of 2020, many schools made the decision to cancel faceto-face classes and move instruction online. … Continued

There’s still time to make a difference.

Here we are—New Year’s Eve. The last day of what has, in many ways, felt like the longest year ever. But while 2020 certainly has had more than its share of challenges, it has brought with it some exciting movement … Continued

Q+A with the Organ-on-a-Chip Company TissUse

NAVS recently had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Reyk Horland, Vice President of Business Development at TissUse. TissUse is leading the development of organ chips that can link to one another to create “human-on-a-chip” (aka “body-on-a-chip”) models. These models … Continued

Revolutionizing Medicine with Virtual Patients

NAVS has long supported the development of in silico (computer) models as alternatives that can reduce and replace the use of animals in science. A recent article in Scientific American looked into how computer models can also replace human subjects … Continued