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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.
Primates By the Numbers
A new report has been issued by the American Anti-Vivisection Society on the use of non-human primates in laboratories in the USA.
Registration open for symposium on systematic reviews in animal science
A workshop and international symposium on Systematic Reviews in Laboratory Animal Science are to be held in The Netherlands in February.
Toxicity testing: the need for new maps for the future
Science needs a new road map to guide the future of toxicity testing, says the Chairman of FRAME Trustees.
3Rs needed when tracking animals
Researchers are being encouraged to employ Three Rs principles when using remote sensing devices to track wild animals.
2011 FRAME Annual Lecture
Last night's (November 3) FRAME Annual Lecture at the Kennel Club in London was a great success.