The last statistical publication that Speaking of Research will be reviewing in 2017 are that of Belgium. These will be added to both our worldwide animal research statistics page, and the new Historical animal research statistics page. In previous years, Belgium's three regions (Brussels, Flanders and Wallonia) have published their statistics independently, but the Belgian … Continue reading Belgian animal research numbers fall by 5%
Speaking of Research try to keep on top of the latest statistics coming from governments around the world. This post will look at three countries which have recently published their 2015 statistics. Belgium Greece Poland - an editor's note Belgium Belgium’s three regions (Brussels, Flanders, and Wallonia) independently publish the statistics for their region. We have collated the … Continue reading Latest animal research statistics from Belgium, Greece and Poland
Today we have a guest post from Kirk Leech, Executive Director of the European Animal Research Association (EARA), who explains how he is trying to encourage openness in Belgium. The European Animal Research Association (EARA) was set up in March 2014 with the aim of helping to maintain and improve public acceptance and understanding of … Continue reading World Day to Talk About Animal Research in Belgium?
Editor's Note: Poland made errors by including observations of fish larvae in their annual statistics. This accounted for over 400,000 fish being erroneously being added to the first publication of the statistics. We have now received the corrected version and the article below has been corrected. (May 4th 2016) In the last two months we have seen … Continue reading Belgium and Poland release latest animal research statistics