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Researchers create reliable complex model of human breast cancer

Breast cancer is a complex and heterogeneous disease with several different molecular alterations involved in its pathogenesis and progression. A comprehensive approach that takes into account the...

Fascinating neuroimaging at the ABC

The group at the Aston Brain Centre, Aston University (ABC)have, as ever, been engaged in a wide range of research activities in order to study human behaviour and brain function. The group continues...

Progress in brain tumour project

With 25% of cancers found in the body spreading to the brain and worsening patient prognosis, it is vital to understand the mechanisms by which cancerous cells metastasise (move) into the brain, thereby...

Artificial Lymph Node: Testing human specific immune reactions

It has been stated that the “development of therapeutical [sic] monoclonal antibodies has resulted in an increased need for primates in reproductive toxicology since the immune system in macaques is much...

Get Active – Fundraise with LDF this Summer!

The Lord Dowding Fund for Humane Research is looking for dedicated volunteers to help us in their upcoming street collection. This summer our Street Team will be hitting shopping centres and high...

Survey to assess animal use in higher education

LDF is currently funding a survey, conducted by researchers at Edinburgh University to allow information to be gathered about the use of animals in education throughout Europe. The electronic survey...

Animal-free cataract model developed

Dr. Michael Wormstone’s laboratory at the University of East Anglia was funded for one year. The culmination of this work was a successful in vitro model. This model will allow the testing of intraocular...

LDF announces two exciting grants for 2010

Following a successful year of project funding in 2009, which saw a number of cutting-edge, animal replacement projects brought to fruition, LDF has just announced two exciting new grants for 2010. The...

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