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More than 100 academics from around the world will gather at St Stephen’s House, Oxford, from 26-29 July 2015 to debate the morality of animal experiments.
A new review of the ethics of the use of animals in research is being pioneered by an international group of academics.
The Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics is organising a mullti- disciplinary,multi-faith project to explore whether religious people and religious institutions benefit animals.
Patients prescribed drugs tested on animals should be given exact details, including any suffering caused, say leading animal ethicists.
A conference at Oxford University this week, will examine the links between animal abuse and human violence.
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