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Disappointment over EU cosmetics decision
FRAME is deeply disappointed that the EU has chosen not to adopt recommendations about the replacement of animal testing on cosmetic ingredients.
New medical trials centre at Nottingham
A new Clinical Research Facility for medical trials, the first of its kind in the East Midlands, is being opened at The University of Nottingham. It will help scientists translate their research into new treatments for patients with a wide variety of medical conditions.
FAL working on human liver model
Researchers at the FRAME Alternatives Laboratory (FAL) are working on a project to investigate the side effects of a type of chemotherapy used in the treatment of colorectal cancer.
New Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis Training School Announced
FRAME is planning another of its hugely successful training schools in experimental design at the University of Edinburgh in June.
New journal of animal ethics launched
A new journal covering the issue of animal ethics has been launched by a US and UK academic partnership with the goal of widening international debate about the moral status of animals.
Home Office figures for imported young primates
Home Office figures show that around 2,0000 imported young primates end up in UK laboratories each year.
FRAME supports campaign against wild-caught primates
FRAME is supporting a campaign by the BUAV (British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection) calling for the UK Government to end any links with the trade in wild-caught primates for use in laboratories.
Strategic Planning Poster to be Translated
A highly successful FRAME poster aimed at helping researchers to design experiments in a way that will minimise the number of animals used, is to be translated into other languages.
FRAME meeting MPs at Westminster
FRAME will be one of the bodies represented at a meeting of the Government's Animal Welfare and Alternatives Group today (Monday, March 14)
Registration and Abstract Submission Now Open on the WC8 Website
The World Congresses on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences are the longest running series of international scientific conferences dedicated to the replacement, reduction, and refinement (3Rs) of animal use in research and safety testing.