PETA Science Consortium International advances animal-free approaches with a focus on regulatory tests that protect human health and the environment. We collaborate with other scientists to create a world in which robust toxicological assessments are conducted without using animals.
Investing in the development and validation of animal-free testing methods and strategies that meet regulatory needs
Designing studies and coordinating validation efforts
Conducting retrospective data analyses to determine when animal data are not being used in regulatory decision-making
Collaborating with companies and regulatory agencies to implement animal-free testing and data sharing
Partnering internationally to promote global acceptance of animal-free testing approaches
Providing researchers with free educational opportunities on animal-free methods, including webinars, workshops, and hands-on training
Presenting and publishing our work to replace animal use
Read our report highlighting the Science Consortium’s activities from 2012-2022.