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Launch of The Lord Dowding Fund fMRI Scanner at Aston paves the way for non animal research

The Lord Dowding Fund (LDF)’s successful launch this week of a world class, high-technology medical facility at the Aston University MRI Research Centre, was attended by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor...

Jeremy Corbyn, MP delivers new report ‘Primate Nations’ to No.10 on International Primate Day

Jeremy Corbyn, MP today accompanies Animal Defenders International (ADI) to deliver a new cutting edge report entitled ‘Primate Nations’ to No 10 Downing Street to mark the occasion of International Primate...

International Primate Day, 1st September 2006

As part of the global campaign to end experiments on non-human primates, the Irish Anti-Vivisection Society and ARAN are holding a peaceful vigil to draw attention to the thousands of primates that are...

Dublin vigil calls for support for EU and US moves to ban primate experiments

When: Friday September 1st Where: Dail Eireann, Kildare Street, Dublin 2. Time: 6.30pm – 8pm Dublin - To mark International Primate Day (September 1st, motions have been simultaneously placed...

US action for primates

Primate experimentation in the US is horrendously cruel and absolutely unnecessary. Worst of all, it is on the rise. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has dramatically increased its funding of primate...

Historic push for EU and US bans on monkey experiments

To mark International Primate Day (September 1st) organised by Animal Defenders International, motions have been simultaneously placed before the European Parliament and the US House of Representatives...

Celebrities go ape for International Primate Day

Celebrities are lining up to support Animal Defenders International’s (ADI) annual awareness day, International Primate Day (IPD), which will take place on Friday, 1st September, 2006. This year’s event...

NAVS stand by statement: “Laboratory animals suffer terribly.” ASA Criticised

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) does not accept the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) claims about our leaflet on laboratory animal suffering. The NAVS stands by our original statement...

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