Category: Regulatory Testing
A newly approved method can replace skin allergy tests using animals—experiments in which their fur is shaved and a chemical is applied to their exposed skin.
PETA science group honors Peter Pôbiš for his presentation of a 3-D model of the human cornea—one that determines how chemicals might irritate the eye without using animals.
Worried about animals suffering in labs? You can breathe easier, because these scientists are investing in animal-free lung research.
It’s moving viewers to tears—and action. Experience PETA’s bold new exhibit and see nearly 200 stories about animals used in experiments.
PETA scientists will be virtually presenting at the largest toxicology conference in the world—the 60th SOT Annual Meeting. Here’s how animals will benefit.
By embracing non-animal test methods, the Biden administration can spare millions of lives—and PETA scientists stand ready to help. Learn more.
2020 may have blown chunks, but PETA gutted animal testing like never before! Relive 20 of our favorite victories from this year that saved millions of animals.
One year ago today, the EPA committed to ending toxicity experiments on mammals. How much has changed since then?
In a groundbreaking decision, PETA pushed the Taiwan FDA to drop drowning and electric shock tests on animals in its draft regulation for marketing anti-fatigue health food claims.
We need a COVID-19 vaccine, and we can’t waste time on ineffective animal testing. Lucky for us and the whole world, the U.S. government agrees.
Federal documents reveal chronic violations of minimum animal welfare standards at the taxpayer-funded National Institutes of Health.
PETA scientists know that education and training are some of the best ways to get animals out of laboratories.
Sabra hummus lovers, rejoice: Your purchases will no longer contribute to tests in which experimenters starve, poison, and kill animals.
Under PETA pressure, Bristol-Myers Squibb has confirmed that it has banned making small animals swim for their lives.
We’re starting 2020 with hope, because last year, we saved millions of living individuals who were being tormented and ultimately killed in laboratories.
“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