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Practical advice on calculating how many matings to set up, including available breeding calculator tools.

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

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Techniques for blood sampling in laboratory animal species to ensure the most appropriate technique is chosen.

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Guidance on non-aversive methods for handling mice. Includes tutorials, FAQs and tips for implementation.

Three black mice, one of them is being handled with a clear plastic tunnel
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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 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.

Guidelines for establishing, implementing and refining humane endpoints.

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Learn more about why the single use of needles should be standard practice and how to implement this in your facility.

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Showcasing our advice and resources designed to help researchers address the 3Rs in animal licence applications. Focused on the UK but applicable

Webinar title slide: 3Rs advice for project licence applicants