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November 27th 2014 - Charles Darwin House, London


There is increasing awareness of the challenges and limitations of using animals in research, not least of which are the issues associated with translating the results of such research to humans.

Animal Replacement Science 2014 will focus on recent developments in animal replacement science and challenges in translating research for human relevancy.

This inaugural meeting will consist of research presentations from invited speakers and those selected from submitted abstracts covering a wide range of scientific disciplines. The conference will include opportunities to view posters and will conclude with a panel-led discussion to explore the challenges, innovations and applications of animal replacement technology.




This event is open to scientists currently applying animal replacement techniques in their research, those with an interest in using such techniques and policy makers.

Registration fee: £75 (Students £50)

Approved by the Society of Biology for purposes of CPD, this event may be counted as 27 CPD credits.  These points are valid if attendees are registered on the Society of Biology CPD Scheme.