FRAME reiterates that it is an independent charity with the ultimate aim of the replacement of animals in medical experiments.
This FRAME Summer Studentship Programme has been developed to support undergraduates in undertaking summer research projects in an area relating to the development of alternative
After years of gradual implementation, the EU’s REACH regulation was officially launched on 31 May 2018.
New statistics released by the Home Office show that there was a 4% drop in the use of animals last year, but an overall increase in the last 10 years.
FRAME News, our six-monthly magazine that keeps our supporters up-to-date with our work, is now available.
FRAME has recently registered with AmazonSmile to allow people to support FRAME whilst shopping with Amazon.
Volume 46, Issue 2 of ATLA (Alternatives to Laboratory Animals), FRAME's international, peer-reviewed scientific journal, is now available.
The FRAME Alternatives Laboratory is taking part in a ground-breaking European research collaboration to tackle a rare liver disorder that can lead to death.
FRAME is supporting a research project at the University of Birmingham to develop a new invertebrate model to study ageing.
FRAME Alternatives Laboratory recently welcomed the Vice Chancellor of Nottingham University to the specialist lab which is based at the university's medical school.