Submit your method to RE-Place
The RE-Place project aims to centralize the expertise present in the Flemish and Brussels regions in a database and make it more accessible to the general public.
Which methods does RE-Place want to collect? All ‘New Approach Methodologies’ that can contribute to the reduction and replacement of the total number of laboratory animals! This includes:
- In vitro and ex vivo methods (e.g. cell lines and tissue cultures);
- In silico methods (e.g. QSARs [Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship] and read-across);
- In chemico methods (e.g. assays evaluating the reactivity and properties of substances or components);
- Experiments with invertebrates (e.g. fruit flies and flatworms);
- Imaging techniques for animals (e.g. CT-scans [Computed Tomography] and MRI-scans [Magnetic Resonance Imaging]);
- High-throughput testing strategies and omics techniques (e.g. genomics, metabolomics, proteomics and transcriptomics);
- Other innovative techniques (e.g. organ-on-a-chip);
Is your method a NAM ? Read more here.
Submit the methods you or your colleagues are currently using, and find new collaborations!
Contact RE-Place for more via info@RE-Place.be.
Share your non-animal research with the Animal Free Science Network
Animal Free Science is dedicated to helping scientists effectively share their work with their fellows and broader audiences to promote the widespread awareness of animal-free science and its value. In the digital age we need to think about sharing our work in more ways than the formal publication of articles or books.
Sharing has helped research become more transparent and added momentum to the open science movement.
Contact Animal Free Science if you want to share your latest work in a science blog or webinar.