FRAME's Dr Andrew Bennett explains why genome editing in human cell and organ models must be the priority for human relevant science.
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.
FRAME is celebrating its 50th anniversary year this year, after being founded as a charity in 1969 by animal lover Dorothy Hegarty.
FRAME looks at the history of legislation on animal testing in China, as well as what the country still needs to do to follow Europe in implementing a total ban.
In the second part in our blog series on the Three Rs, Amy Beale explains the Replacement techniques, looks at some of the history behind the concept and looks ahead to the future.
In the first instalment of a two-part blog, FRAME’s senior scientific officer Amy Beale talks about the Three Rs.
FRAME speaks out on the recent analysis by the British Medical Journal (BMJ), which cited a “systematic failure” to faithfully report the results of animal tests in order to secure
FRAME (Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments) is pleased to see publication of the paper Animal-friendly affinity reagents: Replacing the needless in the
Undergraduate students from Nottingham Trent University have worked on behalf of FRAME with the aim of promoting engagement with the issues affecting animal experimentation and
A proposal to ban the import of monkeys into Australia is being opposed by scientific associations from across the globe. The plan was put forward by a member of the Australian Greens