The 2012 prize winners who were able to attend the award ceremony explain, in their own words a bit about the research or campaigning they are doing.
Young Researcher award winnner Elizabeth Woehrling talks about growing human nerve cells in Birmingham.
Birgitte Landesmann & Milena Mennecozzi from The Institute for Health and Consumer Protection, Italy explain their work on toxicity pathways in heptatoxicology and developmental toxicology which was awarded the Science prize.
Hiromi Kamekura of Japan Anti-Vivisection Association explains how they approached their successful campaign to persuade Shiseido to abandon animal testing which won the Public Awareness prize.
Dr Rodger Curren & Erin Hill give details about their work training researchers in non-animal methods from Brazil to Japan for which the Institute for In Vitro Sciences, USA was awarded the Training prize.
Troy Seidle of Lobbying prize winner Humane Society International discusseslobbying on pesticide testing rules in Europe
We’ve also added a photo gallery of the event.
More in-depth video interviews with our judges will follow over the next few months, and we’ll also be announcing the timetable for nominations for the 2013 Prize.