Brussels region finances VUB research into alternatives to animal experiments

Last updated on 6-2-2024 by Mieke Van Mulders


The Brussels regional government has approved a grant of €110,000 for research into alternatives to experimentation on animals, minister Bernard Clerfayt, responsible for animal welfare, has announced. The Free University of Brussels (VUB) has a long history of carrying out research into alternatives to animal experimentation, and is considered a reference point in the sector, Clerfayt’s department said announcing the decision on Sunday. “To support this, the Brussels Region previously financed the Re-Place project, which drew up an inventory of all alternative methods for animal test…

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