It is time for a festive break. See you in 2022!

Wishing you all a happy end to 2021!

We would like to wish all our clients, collaborators, followers and participants a very happy and healthy festive season.

The end of 2021 is fast approaching and as an organisation that likes to promote a healthy work life balance our offices will be closing at 5pm on Friday 17th December for an extended break.

2021 has been a challenging year for us all as we continue to live through the global Covid-19 pandemic. So to give everyone the chance to recharge their batteries and spend precious time with family and friends our offices will remain closed until 9am on Wednesday 5th January 2022.

During this festive break our pay-per-view on-demand training and free webinar sessions will remain available and provide participants with certificates of attendance to use for CPD purposes.

(NOTE - For December 2021 and January 2022 ONLY we are offering half-price discounted access to our paid on-demand content using the discount code: FESTIVE21)


To learn more about our pay-per-view on-demand training sessions check out our Professional online training now available on-demand blog.

  • If you are an experienced life science researcher looking to improve the reproducibility of the research you plan, conduct and report then we have an on-demand Improving Reproducibility course for you.
  • Perhaps you are working within the laboratory animal sciences and want a refresher in best practice as it relates to research integrity, implementation of the 3Rs, enhancing animal welfare and avoiding common experimental design pitfalls. If so, please check out our pay-per-view sessions accessible via our Responsible Animal Research Training. These 1.5 hour webinar style sessions tell you all you need to know in an easily accessible format.


To learn more about our FREE training webinar sessions check out our Responsible Research Webinar Series page. From here you can:

  • access 14 past webinars that have now been made available on-demand and provide access to a bespoke set of handouts. Topics discussed include – planning animal studies – improving the reproducibility of cell line research – assessing the translational value of pre-clinical studies – developing robust preclinical in vitro and in vivo assays – identifying non-animal methods from the scientific literature – protocol registration – systematic reviews in biomedical research.
  • view details of future LIVE webinars taking place in 2022 and book your place to attend.
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