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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.
Welfare assessment of laboratory animals
A new guide has just been published that sets out protocols for assessing the welfare of laboratory animals.
FRAME moves to secure the future of its scientific journal
FRAME is looking for new ways to secure the future of its award-winning scientific journal, ATLA
(Alternatives to Laboratory Animals).
Grant applications sought
Grants are being offered to UK-based researchers working on projects that will replace animals in medical research.
Cautious welcome for EU reassurance on deadline for animal test ban on cosmetic ingredients
FRAME was encouraged to hear that the EU still plans to implement a full ban on testing cosmetic ingredients on animals by 2013, but will reserve judgement until the European Commission has reported to the European Council and the European Parliament later this year.