All aboard the Arc

Help us build a generation of animal free researchers

ARC 2.0 is a game-changing partnership between a University of Exeter research group, led by Professor Lorna Harries, and Animal Free Research UK. It could change the face of medical science, and save human and animal lives. Are you on board?

By making a donation, you can help fund pioneering PhD students like Laura Bramwell to carry out their ground-breaking research into life-threatening diseases at our Animal Replacement Centres (ARC) where no animals are used. With your support, you will enable students like Laura to start their own animal free laboratories and inspire other young scientists to do the same.

Animal free research: the future of science

As well as saving millions of animals from laboratories, animal free research is better for people. Drugs tested on animals frequently fail in human trials, and have sometimes had catastrophic and even fatal effects on people.

Through different approaches, such as using human cells and drugs that are already safe for people, we can launch a generation of scientists who will find new ways to treat life-threatening diseases without testing on animals. If you’re on board, please donate today!

Help us build a generation of animal free researchers

ARC 2.0 is a game-changing partnership between a University of Exeter research group, led by Professor Lorna Harries, and Animal Free Research UK. It could change the face of medical science, and save human and animal lives. Are you on board?

By making a donation, you can help fund pioneering PhD students like Laura Bramwell to carry out their ground-breaking research into life-threatening diseases at our Animal Replacement Centres (ARC) where no animals are used. With your support, you will enable students like Laura to start their own animal free laboratories and inspire other young scientists to do the same.

Animal free research: the future of science

As well as saving millions of animals from laboratories, animal free research is better for people. Drugs tested on animals frequently fail in human trials, and have sometimes had catastrophic and even fatal effects on people.

Through different approaches, such as using human cells and drugs that are already safe for people, we can launch a generation of scientists who will find new ways to treat life-threatening diseases without testing on animals. If you’re on board, please donate today!