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FRAME has presented longstanding supporter Tony Marson with an award in recognition of 37 years of service to FRAME’s scientific journal, ATLA.
FRAME’s Dr Andrew Bennett explains why genome editing in human cell and organ models must be the priority for human relevant science.
The FRAME Alternatives Laboratory has supported a conference paper which identifies the best cell models for studying NAFLD.
The FRAME Alternatives Laboratory has welcomed back Dr Fatima Abukunna for a six-month post doctoral position to continue her liver research.
FRAME staged a two-day Symposium at the University of Nottingham to showcase and celebrate the work of today’s early career researchers.
The latest Home Office animal testing statistics show a drop in animal testing procedures, but FRAME says there is still more to be done.
FRAME has used a rabbit logo since 1969 when the charity was founded. Here, we explore the meaning of cruelty free logos, and how the FRAME logo differs.
The FRAME Alternatives Laboratory is collaborating with the Human Biomaterials Resource Centre on a project focusing on breast cancer treatments.
Professor Mark Coles has been confirmed as the keynote speaker for FRAME’s forthcoming 50thanniversary Symposium, which will take place in Nottingham this July.