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Stem cell toxicity model
A new human stem cell-based model of the central nervous system has been revealed at a European conference.
FRAME launches new essay competition
FRAME is offering 16-19 year olds the opportunity to win cash prizes in an essay competition.
Humane killing to be discussed
A meeting of researchers from around the world will this week discuss the most humane ways to kill laboratory animals.
New Home Office statistics for 2012 released
FRAME is disappointed that the annual Home Office statistics on the use of animals in scientific experiments show that the total number of procedures has risen again.
An online version of a text book FRAME collaborated on has been downloaded more than 2,000 times since it was made available.
New Three Rs Prize
EPAA (European Partnership for Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing has launched a new prize aimed at laboratory technicians.
Professor Michael Balls made Honorary Life President of FRAME
Former Chairman of Trustees Professor Michael Balls has accepted the title of Honorary Life President of FRAME.
Support for animal testing falls in USA
A new poll by the statistics organisation Gallup has shown a marked fall among younger Americans in support for medical testing on animals.
FRAME Chairman steps down
The Trustees of FRAME have accepted the resignation as Chairman of Professor Michael Balls, who has decided to step down for personal reasons.