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Half marathon nets FRAME £355
Hazel Mainwaring has raised an amazing £355 for FRAME by running the Birmingham half marathon.
University of Manchester adopts FRAME Reduction course
The University of Manchester has adopted a FRAME training course as part of its postgraduate requirement for biologists and biomedical scientists.
Schoolgirls support FRAME's cause
A group of schoolgirls from Oldham have chosen FRAME to be part of a charity event. The 10-year-olds are hoping to persuade their schoolmates to adopt FRAME for a fund raising effort.
Animals dying for museum studies
A biologist has contacted FRAME to highlight the plight of millions of animals that are killed each year to become museum specimens.
New reduction strategic planning chart
The FRAME Reduction Steering Committee (FRSC) has produced a strategic planning chart to help researchers design more effective experiments that maximise data and minimise animal use.
Human Alternatives to Animal Studies
FRAME has staged a three day symposium to discuss ways to replace animal experiments with tests on human volunteers and tissues. (September 8 - 10)
Success for FRAME in Rome
FRAME had a hugely successful week at the the VII World Congress on Alternatives & Animal Use in the Life Sciences in Rome. WC7’s motto this year was “Calling on Science” and FRAME's status as a scientific charity placed it in an ideal position to promote its message to the organisations and companies who attended the four-day event.
Michael Balls receives special recognition award
Chairman of FRAME Trustees Michael Ball was named a Patron of Animal Welfare in the Life Sciences at a special recognition event at the 7th World Congress in Rome – one of three people to be honoured in such a way.
FRAME at WC7 in Rome
FRAME is taking part in the VII World Congress on Alternatives & Animal Use in the Life Sciences in Rome this week. (August 31 to September 4)