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NAVS calls on Government to stop secret suffering of animals in UK labs

NAVS calls on the Government to stop the secret suffering of animals in UK laboratories as latest figures on animal experiments released The NAVS is calling on the Government to fulfil its commitment...

India bans cosmetics testing on animals

The NAVS and ADI applaud India becoming the first South Asian country to announce an end to the use of animals in cosmetics tests. This historic news comes just four months after the final phase of a cosmetics...

Animals in space research

Our campaign to stop animals being used in experiments for space exploration has been waged worldwide. This will continue until no more animals are used in needless and scientifically unsound research....

Iranian space experiments

Iran sends second monkey into spaceThe NAVS is deeply concerned by reports today (14 December 2013) that Iran has sent a second monkey into space. Media outlets stated that the monkey, named Fargam, was...

Russian space experiments

Animals perish during Russian missionThe Bion-M craft returned to earth a month after it was launched and, although the animals onboard were expected to return alive, 39 of the mice, all of the gerbils...

U.S. NASA space experiments

NASA call to animal researchers condemnedTwo years after abandoning plans to use monkeys in Mars experiments following public outcry, NASA call for research proposals for projects which may involve primates,...

Celebrities support call to stop the secrecy on World Day for Laboratory Animals

Today, on World Day for Laboratory Animals, actors Annette Crosbie and Brian Blessed joined the NAVS, and MPs Adrian Sanders, Caroline Lucas, Jim Dowd, Kerry McCarthy and Tessa Munt in calling on the Prime...

Animals perish during Russian mission

According to press reports, on 19 April 2013, a Russian space mission was launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Central Asia, with 45 mice, 8 gerbils, 15 geckos, slugs and snails on board. The...

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