10 years of CRACK IT webinar: an in silico platform developed to model chronic Leishmania infection.
Amanda Novak (Edinburgh) presents advice on good surgical technique and refinements to incorporate into rodent stereotactic surgery procedures.
Practical resources to ensure that the 3Rs are considered and kept a priority when services are disrupted.
Guidelines for establishing, implementing and refining humane endpoints.
Answers to some of the most often asked questions on breeding and maintaining GA mouse colonies.
10 years of CRACK IT webinar: A C. elegans platform to assess the developmental and reproductive toxicity (DART) potential of chemicals.
Ways to prevent and manage aggression in laboratory animals, with specific advice for a range of mammalian species.
A joint NC3Rs/Mary Lyon Centre webinar on applying best practice to get the most out of the minimum number of animals.
Guidance and resources to help researchers address the 3Rs in animal licence applications. Focused on the UK but applicable worldwide.
10 years of CRACK IT webinar: TaiNi, a small and ultra lightweight wireless EEG recording device.
Our approach to ensuring transparency in our work and its outputs.
From planning to publication, resources to help you ensure your research is reliable, reproducible and rigorous.
Promoting an institution-wide commitment to animal welfare.
Dr Megan LaFollette (NA3RsC) presents rat tickling as a positive handling technique and provides guidance on putting it into practice.
How magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is contributing to the 3Rs in neuroscience studies involving non-human primates.
Guidance on choosing the appropriate anesthesia for laboratory animals, including links to further resources.
A flyer providing tips in English, Spanish, French and German, as well as links to further resources.
Bibliography and relevant resources for those working in the field of toxicology and regulatory sciences.
A webinar presented as part of the SETAC SciCon 2020.
A showcase of organ-on-a-chip research funded by the NC3Rs, highlighting the technology's scientific and 3Rs benefits.
Virtual presentations of 3Rs projects from across Europe.
A high level introduction to best practice in mouse colony management, including confirming, archiving and maintaining mouse strains.
Intermittent breeding should be used instead of constant mating to avoid unnecessary wastage of animals, whilst retaining the ability to breed an
Specifically around re-starting breeding and animal experiments after a pause (e.g. work with mice after the COVID-19 lockdown).