FRAME is offering early career scientists a unique opportunity to showcase their work at their 50th Anniversary Symposium
A new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience has found that a low-dose of aspirin may aid the removal of plaques in the brains of mice that had been engineered to possess
FRAME is kicking off its 50th anniversary year by holding a major event to train the scientists of the future.
The FRAME Alternatives Laboratory has recently worked with the Arthritis Research UK Pain Centre to study biomarkers associated with symptomatic and asymptomatic osteoarthritis of the
FRAME has appointed Mary Newman, a longstanding supporter and former employee to its Board of Trustees.
The latest issue of FRAME News, our six-monthly magazine that keeps our supporters up-to-date with our work, is now available.
The latest edition of ATLA (Volume 46, Issue 4) is a special edition and provides a roundup of the 2017 Lush Prize Awards.
Science student Clair Brooks chose FRAME for her three-month PhD placement after following the charity’s work for several years.
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