A PETA “rabbit” keeps things hopping at a government cosmetics-testing meeting.
PETA asked the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science to remove the repulsive item from its auction—a rat skeleton posed with a guide about caring for animals in laboratories.
Please urge the school to switch to superior non-animal teaching methods—such as interactive computer programs, which have been show to teach biology better than dissection—immediately.
Schools welcome modern teaching tools that make kindness part of the curriculum.
Modern technology could save tens of thousands of animals from being killed for their antibodies.
Dissection teaches the wrong lessons—and these photos really show it.
PETA supporters outside the American Academy of Pediatrics conference demanded an end to the highly controversial, much-criticized experiments on infant primates.
Researchers in the U.K. have received more than $600,000 to save women’s and animals’ lives.
PETA is calling on Gen. Robert Neller to review the apparent violation of a Marine Corps contract by a company that shot and stabbed animals without a permit .
U.S. Congressperson Lucille Roybal-Allard is a voice for those whose voices often go unnoticed.
Held down, electrocuted, and cut apart—helpless animals are struggling in excruciating pain in labs right now as hellish torture tools are being used on them.
Urge the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons to stop using animals in trauma training immediately!
Dogs and cats who’ve survived experiments in California university laboratories will have a chance at finding homes, thanks to a new law.
Researchers at Ohio State University are making strides in understanding memory loss by studying how memories are processed in the human brain.