SEB Animal Symposium review
The 2016 SEB Animal Symposium, Improving experimental approaches in animal biology: Implementing the 3Rs, took place at Charles Darwin House over three days in late June.
The event promoted the 3Rs (reduction, replacement and refinement) in animal biology with the aims to improve animal welfare, reduce the number of animals used and replacing animals in experimental procedures.
Kathryn Knight has written a review of the symposium for the Journal of Experimental Biology.
You can read the review here!
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