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...
Do you have data showing the link between improved research animalwelfare and improved quality of science or scientific outcomes? If so, consider...
Is it Time for Reviewer 3 to Request Human Organ Chip Experiments Instead of Animal Validation Studies?
New research suggests that skin swabbing provides a less invasive method of DNA collection from small laboratory fish than the commonly used method.
Dr. Miriam Zemanova of the University of Technology, Sydney, has created a website on 3Rs Principles in Wildlife Research.
The recordings from the LUSH Prize Conference about Big Data are now available.
Tech3Rs is NC3Rs regular newsletter providing animal technicians with the latest news from the NC3Rs. Each issue features updates on recent advances...
The latest newsletter from Norecopa is just out, with the latest news on research and 3Rs for lab animals, fish and wildlife.
Maria Karlgren is given the prize for the development of a cell line which has the potentiel to reduce the need for animal testing when new medicines...
If you missed NC3Rs organ-on-a-chip webinar, you can watch the recording to find out more about the 3Rs and scientific benefits of this technology.
November 3rd, 2020 from 8:30 a.m. to approx. 4:00 p.m. (CET). Registration deadline: Thursday, October 29th 2020 at 23:45 pm
The Swedish 3R-center have now published its guidelines for marking and tagging fish in English.
Most animals used in biomedical experiments are not accounted for in published papers, a first-of-its-kind study suggests.
Register free for the Lush Prize 2020 Virtual Conference ‘Can Big Data Replace Animal Testing?‘ 11-12 November.