Category: Regulatory Testing
It’s awards season when it comes to advancing animal-free science, and PETA scientists are cheering on these conscientious researchers.
If someone asks, “What’s the dark side of PETA?” we’ve got the answer. Let us shine a lightsaber on the truth of our efforts for animal rights.
A primate center’s director lied in a paper and on grant applications for monkey experiments. PETA called for his removal, and today he’s no longer in charge.
Learn How Rabbits Are Exploited in Laboratories, on Angora Wool Farms, and Elsewhere This Easter Sunday
These shocking facts about rabbits might inspire you to take action for bunnies this Easter.
At the SOT 62nd Annual Meeting, PETA scientists will be co-chairing sessions, giving oral presentations, presenting posters, hosting mentoring sessions, and more.
PETA scientists have joined the International Collaboration on Cosmetics Safety, a group championing the use of non-animal testing methods.
Lunar New Year on January 22, 2023, ushered in the Year of the Rabbit in the Chinese zodiac. Leap for joy reading these PETA victories for rabbits in laboratories.
PETA Science Group Funds Breakthrough Study That Will Expand Human Lung Slice Accessibility for Research
A new paper coauthored by PETA scientists is poised to revolutionize the field of inhalation research and reduce the number of animals used in toxicity tests.
In 2022 alone, PETA’s advocacy led to the rescue of more than 4,000 dogs bred for use in experiments. Learn more about our full-time work for animals in labs.
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PETA Science Consortium International is celebrating 10 years of saving animals! Look back at its 10 biggest accomplishments to date.
What are dogs, cats, and other animals enduring in the U.S. Army’s “classified” weapon-wounding tests? We’re pushing for answers and calling for a ban.
Microbio Co., a Taiwanese health food producer, has banned experiments on animals following talks with PETA. Find out how to encourage others to follow suit.
PETA scientists have published dozens of papers in peer-reviewed journals, addressing topics affecting animals used in regulatory testing.
“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