Alternatives to Harmful Animal Use in Tertiary Education

///Alternatives to Harmful Animal Use in Tertiary Education

Alternatives to Harmful Animal Use in Tertiary Education

Andrew Knight

On 11 November 1998, Western Australia’s Murdoch University took the groundbreaking step of formally allowing conscientious objection by students to animal experimentation or other areas of their coursework. Murdoch is, to my knowledge, the first Australian university to take this formal step, and its decision will have ramifications for other Australian universities.
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