April 7th, 2022Chris Petkov, Marcello Rosa and Renee Hartig There has been a resounding no to recent efforts to phase-out animal research in Europe. As we recently reported, Switzerland voted for the fourth time to clearly reject an effort by animal rights activists to ban animal, including human, research. Nearly 80% of voters said no … Continue reading European Union update: Strong rebuttals of efforts to phase-out animal research
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The EU and Norway release animal use statistics for 2018
August 18th 2021 In 2021, the EU released a report, for “statistics on the use of animals for scientific purposes by the Member States of the European Union and Norway in 2018”. These data follow the changes in reporting for the 2015-2017 interim report. Comparison of the data from the interim report and from the 2018 … Continue reading The EU and Norway release animal use statistics for 2018
The UK is hoping to pass an animal sentience bill. Again!
The UK is hoping to pass an animal sentience bill after leaving the EU. But they avoid defining 'sentience' and limit 'animal' to nonhuman vertebrates.
The EU publishes animal use statistics from 2015-2017
February 7th 2020. The European Union (EU) has released “statistics on the use of animals for scientific purposes by the Member States of the Union covering data from three years, 2015-2017”. Before we jump into our fact-based analysis of the new data we wanted to remind our readers of a few important facts pertaining to … Continue reading The EU publishes animal use statistics from 2015-2017
Part 2: University of Toronto ends live primate research – Outsourcing Controversy
Earlier this week we wrote about the University of Toronto’s public statements concerning the end of their on-site primate research. A number of broader questions were raised by considering similar cases and articles. Among them, what does it mean for a university to claim that it does not engage in a particular type of research? … Continue reading Part 2: University of Toronto ends live primate research – Outsourcing Controversy