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  • Letter to President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. and Vice President Kamala D. Harris
    par Jon Widell le 19/04/2021 à 2:40

    President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. and Vice President Kamala D. HarrisThe White House1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NWWashington, DC 20500 April 19, 2021 Dear Mr. President and Madam Vice President, We, the… The post Letter to President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. and Vice President Kamala D. Harris first […]

  • ISEF is Back!
    par Jon Widell le 19/04/2021 à 2:00

    NAVS is proud of the investments we make in not only promoting the value of humane science, but in supporting the development of scientific approaches and models that can reduce,… The post ISEF is Back! first appeared on National Anti-Vivisection Society.

  • Meet IFER Fellowship Recipient Prashant Hariharan
    par Jon Widell le 12/04/2021 à 2:00

    In this week’s Science First, we’d like to introduce you to Prashant Hariharan, a recent recipient of the NAVS/International Foundation for Ethical Research (IFER) Graduate Fellowship for Alternatives to the… The post Meet IFER Fellowship Recipient Prashant Hariharan first […]

  • Animal Research Accountability Troubles Continue
    par Jon Widell le 05/04/2021 à 3:30

    Having accurate information about the use of animals in experiments is critical for advancing NAVS’ efforts to educate our supporters, members of the general public and policymakers. But collecting this… The post Animal Research Accountability Troubles Continue first appeared on […]

  • Catching up with IFER Fellowship Recipient Joost Brinks
    par Jon Widell le 29/03/2021 à 2:44

    This week’s Science First highlights the work of Joost Brinks, recipient of the International Foundation for Ethical Research (IFER) Graduate Fellowship for Alternatives to the Use of Animals in Science,… The post Catching up with IFER Fellowship Recipient Joost Brinks first appeared […]

  • Non-animal organoids making waves in brain studies
    par Jon Widell le 22/03/2021 à 1:30

    Through our support of the International Foundation for Ethical Research (IFER), NAVS is funding the development of human-relevant, cell-based models as powerful alternatives to animal experiments. We see great promise… The post Non-animal organoids making waves in brain studies first […]

  • Tackling Brain Cancer with Smarter Science
    par Jon Widell le 16/03/2021 à 4:26

    Sarah Stuart, a second-year recipient of the NAVS/International Foundation for Ethical Research (IFER) Graduate Fellowship, continues to make great strides toward developing better, and more humane, cancer models to improve… The post Tackling Brain Cancer with Smarter Science first appeared […]

  • Monkeys are not the answer
    par Jon Widell le 08/03/2021 à 5:27

    A few months ago in Science First, we shared with you efforts being made by the animal research community to increase nonhuman primate research for vaccine development. The articles discussed… The post Monkeys are not the answer first appeared on National Anti-Vivisection Society.

  • New NAVS Faces – Spring 2021
    par Jon Widell le 06/03/2021 à 11:37

    In the Spring 2021 issue of Animal Action, we introduced you to three of NAVS’ newest staffers—Deputy Director Juliane Pearson, Senior Manager of Advocacy and Policy Meredith Blanchard, and Staff… The post New NAVS Faces – Spring 2021 first appeared on National […]

  • Has COVID-19 opened the door for humane dissection alternatives?
    par Jon Widell le 01/03/2021 à 5:37

    NAVS promotes the use of humane dissection alternatives not only because they can replace animal use, but because they are very effective teaching tools, as demonstrated in dozens of studies.… The post Has COVID-19 opened the door for humane dissection alternatives? first appeared on […]

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