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NC3Rs | 20 Years: Pioneering Better Science

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Join our community of researchers, developers, industry and regulatory end-users working together to accelerate the use of new approach methodologies.

Graphic showing some of the range of applications of NAMs

Learn more about what NAMs are and how they can be applied to progress the 3Rs.

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Guidance on the role of the 3Rs Champion within the research community.

A white trophy with the term '3Rs' on it sits on a bright yellow background.

How funding bodies can embed the 3Rs in their peer review process, including details of our review and advice service.

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Posters and other resources on the use of grimace scales to assess pain in laboratory animals.

The mouse, rat and rabbit grimace scale posters layered over each other.
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Reporting guidelines for animal experiments, and additional resources to support their use.

a physical copy of the ARRIVE guidelines
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Free-to-use interactive tools for research groups and institutions to benchmark their activities and identify new 3Rs opportunities.

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A webinar introducing the revised ARRIVE guidelines, the items in the ARRIVE Essential 10, and relevant resources.

The front slide of a webinar presentation by the NC3Rs' Nathalie Percie du Sert

To support the adoption of non-aversive methods for picking up mice, we have produced an A2-sized poster for display.

Screenshot of the NC3Rs Mouse Handling poster which outlines guidance on non-aversive handling techniques for the laboratory mouse