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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The U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking comments on a draft guidance document on the use of humane endpoints and methods in animal testing of biological products.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.
Call for permanent ban on Great Ape experiments
A joint statement has been issued by FRAME and the BUAV (British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection) calling on the Government to make a ban on experiments on Great Apes permanent and legally binding in the UK.
The Alternatives Research & Development Foundation is currently soliciting research proposals for its 2012 Alternatives Research Grant Program.
Colipa name change
The European Cosmetics Association, formerly named “Colipa”, has changed its name.
FRAME responds to Home Office consultation
FRAME has submitted a response to the Home Office consultation on household product testing.