In this important new book, 51 authors critically review current animal use in science, present new and innovative non-animal approaches to address urgent scientific questions, and offer a roadmap towards an animal-free world of science.
Edited by Drs Kathrin Herrmann and Kimberley Jayne
Featuring a chapter by Kathy Archibald, Tamara Drake and Dr Robert Coleman, entitled: Replacing Animal Tests to Improve Safety for Humans
This week marks World Alzheimer’s Day (21 Sept) and greater public support than ever for investment in research to provide effective treatments. An estimated 45 million people worldwide suffer with AD and other dementias. It remains one of the world’s biggest killers and has been investigated with substantial global research funding for decades. Public support is […]World Patient Safety Day 2021
World Patient Safety Day was established in 2019 to enhance global understanding of patient safety, increase public engagement in health care safety, and promote global action to prevent and reduce avoidable harm in health care. This year’s theme is “Safe maternal and newborn care” and calls on all stakeholders to accelerate the actions necessary for […]