As part of our commitment to the ethical principles of the Code, we offer an annual 3Rs Award
The Australian Code for the Care and Use of Animals for Scientific Purposes requires that scientific and teaching activities involving the use of animals consider and apply the 3Rs:
- replacement of animals with alternative methods
- reduction of number of animals used and
- refinement of techniques to minimise the potential impact on animals.
As part of our commitment to the ethical principles of the Code, we offer an annual 3Rs Award to recognise an individual or group who’s made an outstanding contribution to the field of the 3Rs and animal welfare at Griffith University. Applications close Monday 2 November 2020.
To be considered for the Award, applicants must meet the eligibility criteria and follow the procedures set out below.
The award will be a payment of $2000 to the successful applicant's centre or school to support the recipient's research activities, in accordance with University policies.
External 3Rs Awards
The Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW) offers a number of grants for innovative research or other proposals which will advance the Replacement, Refinement or Reduction of the use of animals in scientific research or testing. The UFAW’s top priorities are the promotion and support of high quality science that will lead to substantial advances in animal welfare, and the promotion of education in animal welfare.
The NC3Rs organisation also offers a number of grants and scholarships aimed at promoting the 3Rs. For more information