Category: Animal Experimentation
Learn more about PETA’s vital role as leader of the effort to end crude and lethal tests on animals in the global food and beverage industry.
PETA’s taking the National Institutes of Health to court over its continued funding of failed sepsis tests on animals.
History in the making: The European Parliament supports PETA’s call to end experiments on animals!
Casey Affleck was joined by his mother, Chris, when he spoke at a PETA news conference at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst, protesting cruel experiments on monkeys.
PETA Honors Former Animal Experimenter Turned Animal Rights Advocate With a Trailblazing Advocacy Award
PETA is honoring former animal experimenter turned animal rights advocate Dr. John Gluck for his trailblazing efforts to end experiments on animals.
PETA and others are suing NIH yet again after learning just how far it will go to avoid criticism of its cruel experiments on animals.
After PETA Complaint, USDA Investigating Emory University Over Callous Mistreatment of Monkeys in Its Laboratories
Following a PETA complaint, the USDA is investigating Emory University for egregious animal welfare violations.
Michele Basso is notorious for being one of the few primate experimenters ever to be suspended from using animals as a result of welfare violations. The problems didn’t end there.
Cruel experiments on animals, wasted tax money, lack of vision. This op-ed in the Miami Herald eviscerates Francis Collins’ performance as head of the National Institutes of Health.
Not from “The Onion”: NIH has been quietly funding gain-of-function research into viruses, some capable of wiping out half the planet, with almost no checks.
Among other incidents, records obtained by PETA reveal that experimenters at the Cleveland Clinic caused mice skin lesions from hair-removal creams.
Laboratories are equipped with costly devices—many of which are paid for by tax money—that allow experimenters to carry out cruel and deadly experiments on monkeys.
PETA scientists will figure prominently at the 11th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences conference this week.
No matter the law, companies always have the option to choose different ingredients or even decide not to develop products if it means sparing animals’ lives.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind