Dr Judith Madden provides an overview of ATLA's latest print edition and outlines examples of important research taking place in the field of alternatives.
In this blog, the FRAME team provides an overview of 2020 and the important work the charity has continued to carry out in spite of the global pandemic.
ATLA (Alternatives to Laboratory Animals) the leading scientific journal published by FRAME, has appointed four new associate editors.
In a study involving staff at the FAL, the effect of limiting food intake to 8 hours of the day has on metabolic health and weight loss was assessed in healthy human subjects.
Dr Andrew Bennett, Director of the FRAME Alternatives Laboratory, reflects on the closure of the lab during lockdown and the impact this had on PhD students.
FAL PhD student Wichitra Asanprakit explains the potential impact of her research project looking at neoadjuvant chemotherapy treatments.
An article authored by FRAME has recently featured on the Drug Discovery World website – one of the leading sources of drug discovery and development news.
FRAME Training School coordinator, Dr Michelle Hudson-Shore, explains the Training School team's plans to move the event to a virtual platform in 2021.
We are looking for an experienced and driven Fundraising Manager to develop our funding mix, in particular from individual giving and trusts and foundations.
FRAME is delighted to announce the three winners of its Summer Studentship programme 2020, developed to support undergraduates in undertaking research relating to animal alternatives.