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Improving understanding of asthma and reducing animal testing
A University of Nottingham academic has been awarded a national fellowship for her work to improve understanding of asthma, while using fewer animals in the research.
Wonderwoman races for FRAME
FRAME supporter Cecilia Cabodi has taken part in a fun run, dressed as Wonderwoman, to raise money for FRAME.
Government response on new EU Directive
The Government has issued its response to the consultation on how it will implement the new EU Directive on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes.
Conference: Laboratory animal use and the new EU Directive
FRAME Scientific Programme Manager Michelle Hudson is among the speakers at a conference to discuss laboratory animal use and the new EU Directive.
US Department of Agriculture seeking comments on humane endpoints
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking comments on a draft guidance document on the use of humane endpoints and methods in animal testing of biological products.
Parliamentary debate on EU Directive
Parliament yesterday (Tuesday, March 27) debated the proposed transition into UK law of the EU Directive on Animal Experimentation.
The Times publishes FRAME letter
The Times has published a letter from the Chairman of the FRAME Trustees, Professor Michael Balls, in response to its article about how medical research is being affected by transport companies' refusal to carry animals destined for laboratories.
Medical progress put at risk by irrelevant and misleading animal research
FRAME is appalled by claims that medical research is being put at risk because transport companies are refusing to import animals into the UK for laboratory work.
FRAME strategic planning poster now in Italian
FRAME's highly successful experimental design planning poster has been translated into Italian.