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.
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.
A paper involving the FRAME Alternatives Laboratory has been accepted for publication in the journal Osteoarthritis and Cartilage.
FRAME is celebrating its 50th anniversary year this year, after being founded as a charity in 1969 by animal lover Dorothy Hegarty.
India has launched a centre for Predictive Human Model Systems, dedicated to supporting human cell-based alternatives to laboratory animals.