ONCOTHEIS
1
news
a
Awards
The 2015 Lush Science Prize
Mon 23 Nov 2015

Oncotheis was awarded the prestigious 2015 Lush Science Prize at the Royal Institute of British Architects, in London, recognising its unique in vitro lung cancer model.


" This award strengthens our commitment to develop alternatives to animal testing through high-quality science. Special thanks to the Oncotheis team as well as all the people supporting us! "

 

The Lush Prize is an annual award designed to support organisations working to replace animal testing with scientifically valid non-animal methods.

2015 Lush Prize Winners
a
Awards
EthicScience Award 2015, April 2015
Tue 28 Apr 2015

For the second year running, OncoTheis received the EthicScience Award for its in-vitro 3D human lung cancer model: OncoCilAir™. EthicScience promotes the development of alternative biomedical research methods to animal experimentation.

OncoTheis received the Foundation Egon Naëf Award 2015 for its in-vitro 3D human lung cancer model: OncoCilAir™. Foundation Egon Naëf for in vitro Research (FENRIV) aims to promote in vitro methods able to reduce animal testing.

OncoTheis received the EthicScience Award 2014 for its in-vitro 3D human lung cancer model: OncoCilAir™. EthicScience promotes the development of alternative biomedical research methods to animal experimentation.