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A video resource for introductory training on the 3Rs aimed at in vivo researchers and animal technicians.

Cover slide for the 3Rs training webinar. The title of the talk is seen in white text on a blue background - The 3Rs: Their definition, application and importance to your work.

Amanda Novak (Edinburgh) presents advice on good surgical technique and refinements to incorporate into rodent stereotactic surgery procedures.

Webinar title slide: Refining rodent stereotactic surgeries

Our activities relating to the pandemic, and practical resources to ensure that the 3Rs are considered and kept a priority when services are disrupted

Illustration of a COVID-19 particle

Guidelines for establishing, implementing and refining humane endpoints.

A white mouse on a technician's gloved hands
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10 years of CRACK IT webinar: TaiNi, a small and ultra lightweight wireless EEG recording device.

The CRACK IT 10 logo superimposed over a photo of the TaiNi wireless EEG recording device in a caliper

Dr Megan LaFollette (NA3RsC) presents rat tickling as a positive handling technique and provides guidance on putting it into practice.

Webinar title slide: Tickling rats for improved welfare

How magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is contributing to the 3Rs in neuroscience studies involving non-human primates.

A macaque looking to its left

Guidance on choosing the appropriate anesthesia for laboratory animals, including links to further resources.

Image of a mouse under anaesthesia.

A flyer providing tips in English, Spanish, French and German, as well as links to further resources.

Front cover of the "Rat Tickling Basics" flyer