Join the kick-off meeting on March 1, where Winfried Neuhaus, Ioanna Sandvig and Maria Kitsara will share their experiences in the 3Rs field.
The 3Rs Collaborative and the New Jersey Association for Biomedical Research are delighted to announce the 2024 3Rs Sharing Conference
On February 27, Fin3R invites you to a webinar focusing on "Aging Lab Animals, Aging Research, Aging Standards"
Listen to the latest episode of "Lab Rat Chat" - in this episode, the medicinal skills of the Matabelle ants and their natural antibiotics are…
The 3Rs congress in Europe will take place from 18.-20.September 2024 in Linz, Austria. An opportunity to share scientific experiences.
This edition discusses the use of a 3D-printable design that can be used for brain imaging in awake mice and anesthetized mice and rats.
The purpose of the grants is to sponsor students to participate in the major 3Rs events in 2024. Application deadline: 15/4 and 17/6
This RSPCA-led online event brings together experts to share knowledge and approaches to refining fish care and use.
Why are animals used in cancer research? EARA gives an overview of what you need to know about this specific topic.
EARA’s ”Be Open About Animal Research” campaign is taking place on Friday 3 May – register here.
The latest episode of EARA’s podcast is online. Svilen Georgiev talks about encouraging researchers to talk openly about their research.
On February 27, FIN3R invites you to the webinar "aging lab animals, aging research, aging standards". Read more and sign up here.
Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing(CAAT) has published their latest newsletter. Read it here.
The use of human brain organoids in research from an ethical, legal, and social points of view. This article discusses the key issues.
This webinar hosted by the Animal Welfare Information Centre (AWIC) provides an overview of the Animal Welfare Act and its regulations.
This article carried out a systematic review of the literature, aiming to provide an overview of the EE protocols used in zebrafish research.