Progress Towards Replacing the Use of Fish for Toxicity Testing
The European Society for Alternatives to Animal Testing 2018 congress highlighted alternatives to toxicity testing using fish.
These 3-D Human Tissue Models Will Save Animals From Labs
The PETA International Science Consortium Ltd. and biotech company Epithelix have joined forces to promote the use of human cell–based testing methods that replace the use of animals.
Update: European Parliament Takes Further Action on PETA Petition
Over 100,000 supporters signed an open letter to the European Commission and the European Chemicals Agency demanding that Europe become a world leader in progressive and innovative science by ending cruel experiments.
STOP the Torturous Use of Animals in Experiments
Not only is using animals in potentially agonising experiments cruel, it’s also bad science.
Hundreds of Animals Saved After Appeal Ruling Agrees With PETA Scientists
The test would have involved force-feeding high concentrations of a cosmetics ingredient to pregnant rats or rabbits.
How Nanotechnology Can Lead to More Tests on Animals – and What PETA Scientists Are Doing About It
As the field of nanotechnology grows, some regulators are calling for more animal experiments.
REACH: 1 Million Dead Animals Mark the 10th Anniversary of EU Test Programme
With the blood of 1 million animals on its hands, Europe is anything but the world leader in animal welfare it has claimed to be.
European Chemicals Agency Listens to Compassionate Scientists, Promises to Focus on Alternatives to Animal Testing
Finally, ECHA recognises that conducting tests on animals only as a last resort is a key legal principle.
Success! ECHA Responds to Our Letter, Promises to Do More to Reduce Animal Tests
After 24,000 compassionate Europeans signed our open letter to the European Chemicals Agency about senseless experiments on animals, officials assured us that they are taking action.
24,000 Compassionate Europeans Demand Action on Chemical Testing
We’ve delivered your signatures to the European Chemicals Agency calling on officials to do their job and minimise the number of animals who are poisoned in deadly tests.
New PETA Billboard Goes Up to Bring Live Exports Down
PETA Asia Rescues Chained Monkeys From Cruel Thai Coconut Industry
Progress! European Parliament Shows Overwhelming Support for #EndTheCageAge
6 Things They Don’t Tell You About Royal Ascot
Five Minutes of Your Time Could Help Get Fur Sales Banned in the UK!
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