Animal Experimentation: Working Towards a Paradigm Change is a new book that critically reviews animal testing, presents innovative non-animal approaches, and offers a roadmap towards an animal-free world of science.
IAVA was a winner of the 2016 Training Prize.. The group’s director, Dr Ramak Roshanaei, recently got in touch to tell us about “the tremendous impact on IAVA activities” that the £25,000 prize money has had.
Lush Prize was at the 21st European Congress on Alternatives to Animal Testing, and sponsored the session ‘3D Models and Multi Organ Chips (MOC), Human-Organ-Chips (HOC)’. Here is our diary of the event.
Every year we build a growing ‘family’ of Lush Prize winners who promote the Prize to colleagues, and this has led to a fantastic number of nominations this year from China, South Korea and Brazil in particular.