Upcoming 3Rs webinars: July 2020

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Upcoming 3Rs webinars
July 2020

Welcome to our second bulletin on upcoming webinars from the NC3Rs. As a subscriber to our regular e-newsletter, we want to keep you up-to-date with the latest online 3Rs resources.


Visit our dedicated website hub to find further details of upcoming webinars and recordings of past webinars. During the COVID-19 pandemic we have also created a resource on our website that lists the support we provide for researchers and animal care staff.

3Rs advice for project licence applicants

Thursday 9 July, 2-2.45pm (BST)


This webinar will provide advice and highlight resources to support Home Office project licence applicants to address the 3Rs aspects of the application form. It will be delivered by NC3Rs Regional Programme Managers who have on-the-ground experience of providing advice to applicants. Anyone involved in the project licence application process is welcome to attend, including in vivo researchers in academia or industry, AWERB members and administrative staff.

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  3Rs advice for project licence applicants

Scientific validity and EURL ECVAM recommendations for the replacements for animalderived antibodies

Wednesday 29 July, 2-3pm (BST)


This webinar will provide an overview of the scientific and welfare benefits of moving to the use of animal-free antibodies and affinity reagents and will highlight the recent Recommendation on Non-Animal-Derived Antibodies from the EU Reference Laboratory for alternatives to animal testing (EURL ECVAM). The target audience is all researchers who use antibodies in their laboratories.

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Recording: 2019 International 3Rs Prize announcement

For only the second time in fifteen years, we awarded the 2019 International 3Rs Prize to two joint winners: Dr Francesca Nunn of the Moredun Research Institute and Dr Marta Shahbazi of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. If you missed our virtual award ceremony featuring talks from the two winners, head to our YouTube channel to catch up on this year's prize-winning research.

Watch on YouTube

  2019 International 3Rs Prize winners