The new issue (44.2) of FRAME’s scientific journal ATLA is out now. The contents include: EDITORIAL: Concerns that animal testing continues without scientific justification M. Balls.
The latest issue (44.1) of FRAME’s scientific journal ATLA is now available. The contents include: EDITORIAL: Scientific issues raised by the use of dogs as laboratory animals.
FRAME is seeking secondary school pupils’ views Undergraduate students from Nottingham Trent University are working on behalf of FRAME with the aim of promoting engagement with the
A team of scientists from the UK and USA have announced a potential new treatment for cancer, based on the body’s own immune reaction to tumour cells. FRAME has welcomed the news
Statement from the FRAME Trustees: The catastrophic adverse effects reported last week in a clinical trial undertaken in France were unexpected and extremely surprising. One of six
FRAME is concerned that health claims are being made about e-cigarettes without the benefit of accurate data. In the latest issue of FRAME’s scientific journal ATLA, Dr Robert
FRAME Scientific Director Dr Gerry Kenna gave a lecture at the Dr Hadwen Trust Animal Replacement Science Conference. His topic was Using non‐animal methods to predict and avoid
There is growing opposition to genetic modification of human embryos but FRAME believes the technology should not be dismissed without careful consideration. “This kind of procedure
The work of scientists and campaigners from around the world to end animal testing is being celebrated in a special issue of FRAME’s peer-reviewed journal ATLA (Alternatives to
FRAME is pleased to announce the availability of three travel bursaries for participants in its next Training School in Experimental Design and Statistics. The grants have been made