The latest Norecopa newsletter is out. Something for everyone regarding the 3Rs.
On December 10th, the Swedish 3Rs Center is holding their second online webinar about validation of animal-free models. Register by December 8th.
The NC3Rs Gateway website gives researchers easy access to NC3Rs-funded research articles to maximize the impact of the 3Rs.
The third session of the free online webinar series: Replacing BMEs is taking place on November 18th. See the rest of the program and register here.
The NC3R and WHO have published a paper about integrating 3R approaches in WHO guidelines for the batch release testing of biologicals.
The 2-day (free ) online workshop is being held on November 22-23 and will focus on animal-free NAMs in biomedical research.
5 Dutch biomedical organisations have made a significant commitment to openness about the use of animals in research, by signing a Transparency…
The RepRefRed Society is holding a 3 day online event – November 10-12, 2021. See the program and register here.
Did you miss last week's webinar about replacing BMEs? See the recording here.
New book provides researchers with information on the natural behavior of different animal species used for research. Read the abstract here.
Do not forget to register (it’s free!) for the Danish 3R Symposium being held in Copenhagen on the 16th and 17th November. Check out the program here.
Utrecht University is offering an online symposium about better animal research through Open Science on October 26th.
On 16 September 2021, the European Parliament called for an EU action plan to phase out animal testing. Cruelty Free Europe has published a report on…
NC3Rs has created a resource page about organ-on-a-chip research and related global initiatives.
The NC3Rs and the Institute of Animal Technology (IAT) are hosting a virtual Animal Technicians’ Symposium on Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 October (two…
Denmark's National Committee for Laboratory Animals and Alternatives has released a statement regarding their antibody recommendation.