Animal Welfare legislation has been hitting headlines again this week as Labour produce their own ‘Animal Welfare Plan’
FRAME, has appointed Amy Beale as senior scientific liaison officer, as it embarks on a major profile raising campaign.
FRAME has spoken out against revelations that Volkswagen helped to fund experiments in which monkeys and humans breathed in diesel car fumes for hours at a time.
FRAME, a medical research charity committed to reducing the number of animals used in scientific testing, has undergone a major rebranding to keep pace with changing technologies
The latest edition of Alternatives to Laboratory Animals (ATLA) is now available.
Issue 44.6 contains the following articles and comments:
Early intervention is recognised as crucial in mitigating and preventing developmental disabilities. Yet services for early intervention are rare in India and non-existent in the rural areas.
FRAME would like to congratulate one of its collaborators, XCellR8 on successfully securing a large European grant to continue their important work to develop and get regulatory acceptance of a non-animal test to check the safety of new cosmetic or personal care products. In a statement released today (12 September 2016), XCellR8 announced: The complete […]
The new issue (44.3) of FRAME’s scientific journal ATLA is out now. The contents include: EDITORIAL: First thoughts on the effects on the protection of laboratory animals of the UK’s departure from the European Union M. Balls ARTICLES: The use of in vivo, ex vivo, in vitro, computational models and volunteer studies in vision research […]
FRAME News issue 76 is out now. Learn about our recent activities including, responding to a Home Office consultation and improving training in experimental design. Meet our latest interns and read about their interesting projects, as well as catching up on new developments in cosmetic testing and the Government statistics on animal experiments. Read FRAME […]
“FRAME is extremely disappointed that the latest Home Office statistics on animal use in science show an increase in animal experimentation. We are deeply concerned that the use of genetically altered animals continues to increase, with 34% of experimental procedures using them and half of all procedures being done to create and breed them. These […]