- Project licence holders are ultimately responsible for implementing the 3Rs, and so should have regular discussions with the Named Persons and animal technicians at their institutions to review current approaches and whether there are any new 3Rs opportunities.
- One way to keep up to date with the latest 3Rs developments is to subscribe to the NC3Rs e-newsletter. These monthly updates focus on funding opportunities, 3Rs events and publications.
- For updates on the 3Rs in toxicology and regulatory sciences, subscribe to our quarterly e-newsletter Tox News.
- Attending NC3Rs events and workshops are simple ways of keeping abreast of 3Rs advances and approaches. Check out our events pages regularly to find what’s on offer.
- Registering for our upcoming webinars, or watching the recordings of past webinars, including our series highlighting researchers from across Europe which took place in September 2020.
- Institutional 3Rs symposia are a great way to hear about novel 3Rs approaches, tools and technologies being used by others at your institution.
- You may have access to a local NC3Rs Regional Programme Manager. Maintaining contact with them can provide an informal route to 3Rs advice, developments and best practice.
- NC3Rs has teamed up with konfer to provide a platform for small companies and academics to showcase their 3Rs technologies. You can connect with the technology developers on the konfer NC3Rs page.
Page last updated: 6 July 2020