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Here you will find pages providing further information on non-animal research. Please klick on the wanted link.

Data bases

Foundations

Research Institutions, Networks and Project coordinations

Information Platform and Journals

Animal Protection Organisation and Cooperations

Blogs

 

Data bases

AnimAlt-ZEBET

http://www.dimdi.de/static/en/db/dbinfo/zt00.htm

AnimAlt-ZEBET is the value-added database of alternative methods produced by the German National Centre for Documentation and Evaluation of Alternatives to Animal Experiments (ZEBET) at the BfR (Federal Institute for Risk Assessment). It is available free of charge.


DB-ALM

http://ecvam-dbalm.jrc.ec.europa.eu/

EURL ECVAM DataBase service on Alternative Methods to animal experimentation performed by the European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods (ECVAM) of the European Joint Research Centre. The DB-ALM provides ready-to-use information presented as evaluated data-sheets in theform of summary records based on extensive bibliographic reviews and detailed information on various aspects of animal alternatives with focuson toxicology assessments of chemicals and formulations.


Insilicofirst Online-Database of the collaboration of four leading organisations in toxicity prediction systems

http://insilicofirst.com/

Via one simple interface the environmental toxicity application integrates tools commonly available in silico prediction methodologies to provide the data and predictions relating to the environmental impact of a chemical structure input by the user. The computational prediction system will support the environmetal safety assessment of chemicals.


InterNICHE Alternatives Database

http://dev.interniche.org/en/database/list

Alternatives database with the objective of avoiding the use of animals in higher education.


Serum free media (Animal Free Research UK)

https://www.animalfreeresearchuk.org/serum-free-media

Database with serum free media

Foundations

Adolf Messer Foundation

http://www.adolf-messer-stiftung.de/

The Adolf Messer Foundation promots scientific projects by unique or ongoing support for education of eligible persons. Support of scientific or educational institutions - mainly in germany - for training and further education. Annual awarding of prizes to the german Technical University of Darmstadt and to students of the german Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt a. M.


Animalfree Research

(formerly FFVFF – Fund for Animal Free Research)

http://www.animalfree-research.org

This organization strives for the complete replacement of animal experimentation with animal free methods. It supports and assists research projects which promote the replacement or, at least, the reduction of animal experiments.


Animal Free Research UK (formerly Dr. Hadwen Trust)

https://www.animalfreeresearchuk.org/

Funding and promoting of the development of techniques and procedures to replace the use of animals in biomedical research.


Doerenkamp-Zbinden Foundation

http://www.doerenkamp.ch

The Doerenkamp-Zbinden Foundation promotes alternative methods to animal testing in particular by financing of five chairs located in Baltimore, Geneva, Constance, Tiruchirappalli / India and Utrecht.


ETHIC SCIENCE - Fonds Éthique D'Aide à la Recherche

http://www.proanima.fr/ethicscience/

Is a sponsorship program dedicated to support biomedical research without supporting animal experimentation.


FRAME - Fund for the Replacement on Animals in Medical Experiments

http://www.frame.org.uk/

FRAME advocates the Three R-Concept (Replacement, Reduction and Refinement). Long-term goal is the total elimination of the need for any laboratory animal procedures, through the development, validation and acceptance of replacement alternative methods. Until this goal is reached, FRAME supports efforts to reduce the numbers of animals used and to refine procedures, so that the suffering of any animals necessarily used is minimised.


Foundation for the Promotion of Alternate and Complementary Methods to Reduce Animal Testing (SET)

http://www.tierversuche-ersatz.de/

Aim is to reduce the number of animals used and/or their distress as effectively and broadly as possible.  The Foundation concentrates its support on three main areas of activity: Scientific communication regarding alternative and complementary  methods already available and in development, developing and implementing new 3Rs methods, particularly in areas where stressful animal  experimentation is still necessary or where scientific routine impedes 3Rs methods, measures with the potential to extend the use of  alternative and complementary methods in scientific research, such as implementing 3Rs methods in student training and further education.


Swedish Fund for Research Without Animal Experiments

http://www.forskautandjurforsok.se/in-english/

The Swedish Fund for Research Without Animal Experiments promotes the development and validation of replacement alternatives to animal experiments. Grants are awarded annually to research, validation and information projects. The Swedish Fund for Research without Animal Experiments is funded entirely through gifts and legacies from the public.


Research Institutions, Networks and Project coordinations


AFABILITY - Animal Friendly Affinity-Reagents

http://www.afability.com/mission/

AFABILITY is a non-commercial scientific organisation, providing guidance and support to individual scientists, organizations and companies who want to implement, develop, purchase or be informed about Animal Friendly Affinity-reagents (AFAs).


Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods (CCAAM)

http://www1.uwindsor.ca/vpri/canadian-centre-for-alternatives-to-animal-methods-0

The Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods (CCAAM) and its subsidiary, the Canadian Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods (CCVAM), aim to develop, validate, and promote methodologies in biomedical research, education, and chemical toxicity testing that do not require the use of animals.


CAAT - EU Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing - Europe

http://caat.jhsph.edu/about/caat-eu.htm

CAAT EU, housed at the University of Konstanz, coordinates transatlantic activities to promote education in humane science and will participate in and/or coordinate publicly and privately funded European projects.


CAAT - Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing

http://caat.jhsph.edu/

The CAAT is an academic, science-based center affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. The center works together with scientists to find new methods to replace the use of laboratory animals in experiments, reduce the number of animals tested, and refine necessary tests to eliminate pain and distress.


ECVAM - European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods

http://ecvam.jrc.it


EPAA - European Partnership on Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing

http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/epaa/index_en.htm

The EPAA is a joint initiative of the European Commission, European trade associations from seven industry sectors and individual companies.


ESTIV European Society of Toxicology In Vitro

http://www.estiv.org/

ESTIV is a new society that aims to promote in vitro toxicology, both scientifically and educationally, in all countries of Europe.


EUSAAT - European Society for Alternatives to Animal Testing

(formerly MEGAT - Middle European Society for Alternative Methods to Animal Experiments)

http://www.eusaat.org

The society pursues the following objectives:
validation of alternative methods and promotion of research in the field of the 3Rs (refine, reduce, replace); reduction of the use of animals for tests in the field of education and continuing education; reduction of suffering and stress in laboratory animals by better breeding, keeping, test planning and other accompanying measures.


IIVS - Institute for In vitro Sciences, Inc.

http://www.iivs.org/index.php

IIVS is a non-profit science-based organization dedicated to the advancement of alternative testing methods.  IIVS seeks to refine the science, broaden the use, and increase the acceptance of in vitro testing worldwide.

Since its founding in 1997, IIVS has worked with industry, academic laboratories, and government agencies to implement testing strategies that limit animal use while supplying key toxicological information.


Society of Toxicological Alternatives and Translational Toxicology (TAAT)

http://www.chntox.org/

TAAT is a group within the Chinese Society of Toxicology that promotes the development, validation, regulatory acceptance, international coordination and application of non-animal alternatives in toxicological research and risk assessment.


The Japanese Society for Alternatives to Animal Experiments (JSAAE)

http://www.asas.or.jp/jsaae/eng/index.html

The Japanese Society for Alternatives to Animal Experiments is a scientific organization that undertakes research, development, education, and surveillance activities for promoting international acceptance of the Three Rs as guiding principles for the proper use of animals in scientific testing.


National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs)

http://www.nc3rs.org.uk/default.asp?id=1

The National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs) is an independent scientific organisation, tasked by Government with supporting the UK science base through the application of the 3Rs. We are also the UK's largest funder of 3Rs research.


Netherlands Knowledge Centre on Alternatives to animal use, NKCA

http://www.nkca.nl/algemeen/menu/english/

NKCA aims to advance the application of 3R alternatives through knowledge coordination and to facilitate knowledge exchange and communication between researchers, policy makers and the wider society.


ZEBET - Centre for Documentation and Evaluation of Alternatives to Animal Experiments (Germany)

http://www.bfr.bund.de/cd/1433

Scientific institution of the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment which supports the refinement, reduction and replacement of animal experiments.


zet - centrum for replace methods for animal experiments

http://www.zet.or.at/node,1,de,wirueberuns.php

zet is a non government research organisation which intend to promote scientific animal welfare. That implies the development and support of methods which are capable to replace animal experiments or reduce the amount of laboratory animals and their suffering. Furthermore, zet wants to inform the population about alternatives to animal experiments and educate about animal welfare through science.


Information Platforms and Journals


ALTEX - Alternatives to Animal Experimentation

http://www.altex.ch

A quarterly journal for new paths in biomedical science


@ltweb - Alternatives to Animal Testing on the Web

http://altweb.jhsph.edu

A gateway to news on alternatives to animal experimentation and to information sources on the internet and beyond.


OECD guidelines for the testing of chemicals

http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/9/11/33663321.pdf

Overview of the most important OECD guidelines for the testing of chemicals.


 

SATIS  for human Education

http://www.satis-tierrechte.de/

Information about innovative und pedagocically high-quality teaching materials without animal use.


Animal Protection Organisation and Cooperations

 

Doctors Against Animal Experiments Germany

http://www.aerzte-gegen-tierversuche.de

An organisation of doctors and scientists that supports the immediate abolition of animal experiments.

 


Doctors for Animal Protection in Medicine (ATM)

http://www.aerztefuertierschutz.ch/index.html?id=1

ATM is an animal protection organization led by medical doctors veterinarians and dentists.
They work especially in the field of animal experiments.


ECEAE - European Coalition to End Animal Experiments

http://www.eceae.org

The ECEAE pulls together extensive expertise, experience and knowledge from major European animal protection organisations. It works with MEPs and officials to ensure that animals in laboratories are high on the European political agenda. It campaigns for humane, modern science and progressive legislation. We also run public education campaigns and work with companies to encourage them to go cruelty free.


HSUS - humane Society of The United States

http://www.humanesociety.org/

The Humane Society of the United States is the nation’s largest animal protection organization, rated the most effective by its peers. Since 1954, The HSUS has been fighting for the protection of all animals through advocacy, education, and hands-on programs.


International Association Opponents of Animal Experiments (IBT)

http://www.tierversuchsgegner.at/

IBT is a non-profit aninal protection organisation which supports any efforts for the development of replacement methods, to find such methods and make their application avialable. An internation cooperation of all involved scientists and institutes has to be achieved.


Blogs

Gemeinsam Tierversuchsfreie (Together free of animal testing)

http://www.tierversuchsfrei.info/tierversuchsfrei-info/

Together free of animal testing is a website dealing with information about animal-free methods. The webpage consists of three columns "tierversuchsfrei Info", "in vitro Infect" and a Donation platform for projects worthy of support.

"Tierversuchsfrei Info" gives background information and such about current events around the topic animal-free methods. "in vitro Infect" is a scientific blog especially which focus on animal-free methods in the field of infectiology.