A review of spending on alternative methods across the EU made by our coalition the ECEAE in 2013.
Re-analysis of past research using dogs casts serious doubt on their validity as a test model for human drug development
Over 12 million animals are used in European laboratories every year in experiments that can cause pain, distress and lasting harm. The BUAV and ECEAE challenges claims that all these animal experiments are only carried out under strict regulations and for vital medical research.
A definitive review by the BUAV on non-animal tests for cosmetics.
A critique of the EC’s export reports on the status of alternatives for cosmetics testing to meet 2013 deadline.
A BUAV report which reviews primate experiments in the UK.
Reporting the implementation of the 3Rs in European primate and mouse research papers.
A guide for students.
An examination of chimpanzee use in cancer research.
Biased and deeply flawed.
Estimates for worldwide animal use in 2005.
BUAV report reveals taxpayers' fund cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis tests on animals.
A report detailing comprehensive rebuttals to the most common claims of those who oppose an end to primate research.
The definitive report on how primates are used in European laboratories and why this has to end.
New BUAV report shows how 25 years of experimenting on primates has failed to stop AIDS– and how we must now shift to proven alternative research methods.