On Wednesday 27 January, NC3Rs are hosting a webinar about rat tickling as a positive handling technique. Register now.
Charite is organising a virtual symposium to cover diverse areas of biomedical research with different 3Rs aspects in focus.
Covering all topics concerning in vitro good practices, the workshop also includes a practical class focused on NAMs. Registration deadline Jan 20.
Five half days programme including lectures in several key fields, round table discussions, and much more. Deadline for applications is January 17.
South Korea poised to become a world leader in non-animal research.
Registration is now OPEN for RSPCA's online meeting "Focus on fish - Practical refinements for fishes in research and testing", which will take place...
NC3Rs last newsletter of the year is now out, featuring award-winning 3Rs initiatives, the 2021 Project grant scheme and more.
Information on Multi-Organ-on-a-Chip (MOC), Virtual human platform, Animal-free strategies in food safety & nutrition, and more on 3Rs methods.
This course (20-22 January 2021) is particularly aimed at researchers responsible for designing and/or carrying out animal experiments.
Thomas Hartung: COVID Could Spell the End of Animal Testing as Drug Makers Turn to Human Organs on Microchips
Are you a lay member of an Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Body? RSPCA have produced a new infographic to help lay members carry out their role...
In a series of infographics 39 leading scientists gave their personal endorsement of the necessity of animals in their fields of research.
U.S. Army researchers will be using Lung-Chip to study how Covid19 interacts with our lungs.
Whiteboardanimation on heterogenization and reproducibility in animal research, resulting from an NC3Rs 3Rs prize to Bernhard Voelkl.
Per Svenningsen from University of Southern Denmark presents a status of his project "Genetic modification of mice without the need for extensive...
Klas Abelson from University of Copenhagen presents a status of his project "Implementation of analgesic refinement in rats used as models for...