A paper recently published in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology has highlighted opportunities to use one rather than two species for long-term toxicity testing.
#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of unity in response to Coronavirus. A day where everyone can come together to recognise, celebrate and give thanks for the incredible outpouring of
Since 1979, World Day for Laboratory Animals, has been a catalyst for a global movement to end the use of animals in laboratories around the world and drive their replacement with
In a joint blog, FRAME Scientific Liaison Officer, Amy Beale and Tissue Solutions Clinical Alliances Manager, Claire Scott, explain the importance of using human tissue samples for
FRAME's Amy Beale discusses recent mouse model developments for Alzheimer’s research and why the disease should be studied in human patients and tissue.
The Wellcome Trust and the Medical Research Council (MRC) are looking to make animal research facility closures.
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.