FRAME speaks out on the recent analysis by the British Medical Journal (BMJ), which cited a “systematic failure” to faithfully report the results of animal tests in order to secure funding.
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 available by ecopa, the European consensus-platform for alternatives. The bursaries are worth up to 600€ (about £425) and are aimed to help young scientists attend who might not otherwise […]
There are still a few places left on the next FRAME Training School in Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis. The school will be held in Voss, Norway, in February, 2016. Closing date for applications is November 15. The schools are aimed at young scientists who use animals in their research. Scientists do not always receive […]
FRAME (Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments) is pleased to see publication of the paper Risk of Bias in Reports of In Vivo Research: A Focus for Improvement. It highlights an important issue that needs much more attention to ensure the number of animals in experiments are reduced and that those experiments […]
In response to requests by scientists in Portugal, FRAME has had one of its key documents translated into Portuguese. The Strategic Planning Flowchart helps researchers design experiments that use fewer animals and extract more information from the work they carry out. When scientists perform experiments it is vitally important they are well designed. This is especially serious […]