FRAME Life President and editor of its journal ATLA, Professor Michael Balls, has been chosen to receive the 2015 Björn Ekwall Memorial Award.
The Award honours the memory of Swedish researcher Björn Ekwall by recognising scientists […]
When scientists carry out experiments it is vitally important they are well designed, otherwise they may waste resources or give the wrong answers. This is especially serious when animals are used.
Good planning and design can […]
The latest FRAME Annual Lecture was a huge success and sparked an in-depth debate on the future of drug development and testing.
Speaker Dr Malcolm Skingle, Director of Academic Liaison at Glaxo Smith Kline, discussed using […]
The RSPCA has drawn up a plan that aims to end severe suffering for animals used in research and testing. The road-map has been released in response to changes in EU and UK legislation and […]
An abridged version of the book that first set out the Three Rs principles of alternatives to animal experimentation has been translated into Chinese, and will be distributed to libraries and universities throughout China.
China has […]
FRAME staff and Trustees, and post-graduates from the FRAME Alternatives Laboratory took part in the ninth World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences, in Prague, Czech Republic.
Two posters featuring FRAME research […]
FRAME is calling for more collaboration between alternatives organisations, government and the pharmaceutical industry following publication of a new investigation of preclinical drugs trials using laboratory animals.
Scientific papers covering more than 2,300 substances tested on rats, […]
A further increase in the use of genetically altered (GA) animals in laboratories flouts EU regulations and is in direct opposition to the UK Government’s pledge to reduce the numbers involved. If the Government is going […]
The use of animals in experiments is well documented. Its history and evolution can be traced through to contemporary techniques. Centuries ago, the ancient Greeks and Romans first began exploratory surgery on animals to discover […]
There has been an overall decrease in the total number of animals used for scientific procedures in the past 40 years. However, there has been a consistent increase in the breeding and use of genetically […]