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Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments (FRAME)
Topic: Alternative methods

The Biosciences Federation Animal Science Group

The Biosciences Federation Animal Science Group was established in December 2002 and launched in September 2003 as an umbrella organisation to promote interaction within the biosciences community, particularly in areas of research and teaching; to provide information to assist the formulation of scientific policy; and, perhaps most challenging of all, to debate the ethical issues surrounding recent advances in the biosciences (see previous report by Nancy Rothwell).

Topic: Ethics

Alternatives-NIH-USA-ICCVAM
Topic: Alternative methods

NC3Rs- National Centre for the Replacement Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research
Topic: Ethics

ALTWEB-Alternatives to Animal Testing
Topic: Alternative methods

Nuffield Bioethics

The issues addressed in this Report have been a subject of intense public debate over at least the past four hundred years. Feelings are strong on all sides of the issues, and in recent years reports of violent action against those conducting animal research in the UK have brought the matter to the forefront of public attention.

Topic: Ethics

Altbib-Bibliography on Alternatives to Animal Testing
Topic: Alternative methods

CAAT-Europe (Centre of Alternatives to Animal Testing)
Topic: Alternative methods, Information on drugs and diseases

RSPCA Effective Ethical Review

Guiding principles on good practice for Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Bodies (2015) (PDF 1.76MB). Developed and published jointly by the RSPCA and the Laboratory Animal Science Association (LASA), this resource aims to help in the efficient and effective operation of local animal welfare and ethical review bodies.

Topic: Ethics

Database on alternatives on the Internat-Zebet

Database on alternatives on the internat-Zebet- One of the tasks of ZEBET is to provide scientists from industry, universities and public authorities with information on alternative methods in a database developed for that specific purpose. Since February 2000 the ZEBET database on alternative methods to animal experiments has been accessible without license fees on the Internet in German and English through the German Institute for Medical Documentation and Information (DIMDI). 

Topic: Alternative methods

UCDavis Centre for Animal Alternatives Information
Topic: Alternative methods

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