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FRAME Comment on European Commission Consultation
FRAME has issued a response to the European Commission Consultation on the Draft Report on Alternative (Nonanimal) Methods for Cosmetics Testing: Current Status and Future Prospects.
New report on refinement produced
The Tenth report of the BVAAWF/FRAME/RSPCA/UFAW Joint Working Group on Refinement has been published, called "Application of the Three Rs to challenge assays used in vaccine testing".
FRAME on the Politics Show
FRAME was featured on the BBC Politics Show yesterday (September 26) as part of a debate over the use of animals in laboratories.
New ATLA issued
The latest edition of FRAME's scientific journal ATLA (Alternatives to Laboratory Animals) has been issued.
New register for providers of injectable anti-wrinkle treatments does not go far enough
FRAME is pleased that a register is finally being introduced for the cosmetic use of injectable wrinkle treatments – but the controls do not go far enough.
Animal experiments CD for schools
Secondary schools throughout the UK are being given a new CD ROM featuring the science and ethics of animal experimentation. It is designed to act as source material for projects, lessons and discussions in science, English, religious education and other subjects.
Home Office Statistics released
FRAME is pleased that the latest Home Office figures show an overall reduction in the number of animals used in UK laboratories and the procedures carried out on them, even though it is a very small change compared with previous years.
Archived 13 September 2010
Alternatives to adults in in vivo experiments
FRAME Scientific Officer Dr Rita Seabra has been investigating how the impact of in vivo experiments can be lessened by using embryonic stages.
Archived 27 July 2010
Money coming in for Flying Banana
FRAME supporter Adrian Wood has raised £264 for us by completing a gruelling 1,000 mile bike ride from Land's End to John O'Groats.