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.
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.
FRAME has announced the two winners of its Summer Studentship Programme 2019, developed to support undergraduates in undertaking summer research projects relating to the development
Volume 46, Issue 6 of ATLA (Alternatives to Laboratory Animals), FRAME’s international, peer-reviewed scientific journal, is now available.
FRAME’s Training School, in collaboration with EU H2020 project VetBioNet and the University of Nottingham, took place on 9-11th January 2019 in Nottingham, UK.
The FRAME Alternatives Laboratory in Nottingham is carrying out an important study looking at the cause and prevention of Age-related Macular Degeneration.