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FRAME Chairman issues stark warning
Too little is being done to introduce non-animal tests into research in spite of fifty years having passed since the Three Rs principle of humane treatment for laboratory animals was first set out.
Annual Report 08-09 issued
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Drug Discovery and Development in the 21st Century: The need for 'pink diamonds'
FRAME staged a hugely successful symposium on the subject of Drug Discovery and Development in the 21st Century. The meeting, at The Royal Society in London, was the final event of FRAME’s 40th anniversary celebrations.
Lab-grown cornea could replace animal eye tests
FRAME has welcomed news that a US company has produced a laboratory grown cornea that could be used in place of animals for eye safety testing on consumer products.
FRAME's updated book circulated in Asia
FRAME’s revised version of the book that first set out the Three Rs principle of laboratory animal welfare, is to be distributed at a conference in India.
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.