With an increase in the use of New Approach Methodologies (NAMs), there is need for more communication to gain more support. Learn more here.
With hemorrhagic strokes being the reason for 6% of all global deaths, a new more ethical model is developed by Dr. Paul Kasher
If you missed the NA3RsC’s roundtable on practical applications on mouse handling - you can check out the slide deck here.
On December 8th The Swedish 3R Center with Natasha Karp from AstraZeneca talk about why it’s important to include both sex in research.
Listen to the November episode of ‘3 Minutes Rs’ – a new episode is released every month.
With the goal of no longer using laboratory animals in the future, it is important to understand why, where and how laboratory animals are used today.
PAN-LASE has created a network for educating in laboratory animal science and ethics in 28 countries in Africa.
Are you a student or early-career scientists and interested in non-animal approaches? Apply for the 3,5 days summer school in May.
On December 15, NC3R invites you to a webinar, with the aim of providing an overview of the options available for minimization.
Center for Alternatives for Animal Testing (CAAT) has published their newest newsletter. Read it here.
Wanna learn more about the development of the 3Rs during the 1950s? Norecopa just launched a slide deck, that you can read here.
The Swiss 3R Center invites to an online workshop with panel discussion and how theory meets practice. Sign up here.
The history, development and current use of laboratory animals is discussed in this article, as well as how to define a laboratory animal.
Do you wanna learn more about genome-editing tools to generate point mutations in animal models? Read more here.
The Swedish Committee for the Protection of Animals used for Scientific Purposes have developed an assessment template on humane endpoints for animals…
EURL ECVAM has collected existing knowledge about non-animal models of highly prevalent human diseases.