Animal experiments are not good science

Humane Research Australia has just released a 6-part presentation by Dr Andrew Knight who explains why animal use in research is not good science.


Source: Wikimedia Commons/Linda Bartlett

Andrew Knight is a European Veterinary Specialist in Welfare Science, Ethics and Law, a Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, UK, and an Associate Professor of Welfare and Ethics at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in the Caribbean.

Animal Experiments – a failing science

Efficacy –  accessing the utility of animal experiments

Statistics and regulation

Non-animal methods of research – a more humane and scientifically valid option

Humane education – caring, not killing

Working together for change

Other links:

Dr Andrew Knight’s website 

Dr Andrew Knight talks about his book The costs and benefits of animal experiments


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