Troy Seidle is Director of Research & Toxicology for Humane Society International. He manages the AXLR8 project.
Is the level of government funding for alternatives to animal testing adequate enough to protect animals and advance science?
Rise in animal testing shows why the Lush Prize is essential to help drive change
Common pitfalls to avoid in order to improve animal advocacy efforts
Pliar is the Lush Customer judge for this year’s Prize. Since 2010 she has run, together with other teachers, the Aula Animal project, where she organises conferences and workshops for other teachers.
Suzy has been selected as the Lush Staff Judge for the 2014 Prize. She has worked for Lush for the past two years, in both the stores and now in Customer Services.
Four ways in which you can support the Lush Prize to end animal testing
Do you want to make a nomination for the Lush Prize, the global initiative aiming to bring forward the day when safety testing takes place without the use of animals?
The 2014 Lush Prize, the largest annual prize in the non-animal testing sector, closes for nominations in one month (25th July).