Animal Testing

2013 sees Asia take strides towards eliminating animal testing

2013 sees Asia take strides towards eliminating animal testing

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

With less than a week to go until the ban on selling animal-tested cosmetics in the EU, it appears that it has influenced several markets in Asia, with Korea, India and Japan all seeing instances of following suit in 2013 so far.

CAAT-EU kicks off the year with new papers on toxicology testing

CAAT-EU kicks off the year with new papers on toxicology testing

By Michelle Yeomans

The Committee, known for promoting education in humane science, has published new papers on the ‘Integrated Testing Strategies for Safety Assessments’, which looks at the most up-to-date strategies in alternative toxicological testing.

Paul Mitchell pledge furthers Cruelty-Free campaign

Paul Mitchell pledge furthers Cruelty-Free campaign

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

Cruelty Free International, the organization founded by the BUAV, has announced a new partnership with luxury hair care brand Paul Mitchell, with the latter pledging that its products will not be sold in China until the country changes its laws on animal...

Commissioner Designate receives backing over animal testing stance

Commissioner Designate receives backing over animal testing stance

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

Tonio Borg, Commissioner Designate for the Health and Consumer Affairs portfolio has received backing from The European Coalition to End Animal Experiments (ECEAE) and Humane Society International after announcing his position on animal testing.

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