Resources on rat tickling and how it can be used to promote positive human-animal interactions.
Approaches for sampling blood in the hamster, covering non-surgical, surgical and terminal techniques.
Non-surgical approaches for sampling blood in the dog.
Approaches for sampling blood in the rabbit, covering non-surgical and terminal techniques.
An online course created allowing you to become certified in the correct rat tickling technique.
Approaches for sampling blood in the guinea pig, covering non-surgical, surgical and terminal techniques.
Approaches for sampling blood in the pig, covering non-surgical and surgical techniques.
Approaches for sampling blood in the marmoset, covering non-surgical and terminal techniques.
Information to help refine the housing and husbandry of the laboratory ferret.
Principles to help minimise stress and discomfort in laboratory animals when taking blood samples.
An online resource to help you perform systematic reviews and meta-analyses.
A webinar introducing our two 3Rs self-assessment tools; one for research groups and the other for research institutions.
Paper clarifies that the forced swim test is not a regulatory requirement for the development of new antidepressants (NC3Rs & MHRA project).
Information to help refine the housing and husbandry of the laboratory gerbil.
Resources to support the use of animal-free enzyme technologies and cells.
Free-to-use interactive tools for research groups and institutions to benchmark their activities and identify new 3Rs opportunities.
Resources and information about animal-free cell culture media reagents for 3Rs benefits and improved reproducibility.
Resources and case studies about the technologies available to replace animal-derived antibodies.
10 years of CRACK IT webinar: A human stem cell-based in vitro system to assess cardiotoxicity in new drugs.
A video resource for introductory training on the 3Rs aimed at in vivo researchers and animal technicians.
10 years of CRACK IT webinar: The NephroScreen human kidney-on-a-chip platform, which could replace in vivo nephrotoxicity studies in drug development
Considerations and resources to support in vivo researchers as they return to working with laboratory animals following a lockdown.
In this webinar Professor Paul Flecknell explains the benefits of e-learning for laboratory animal professionals.
10 years of CRACK IT webinar: The Home Cage Analyser, which provides continuous monitoring of group-housed rodents.