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Impact of animal research ‘openness agreement’ praised


First year of pact in New Zealand helped improve communication of animal use, report says

The first year of an “openness agreement” on animal research in New Zealand was a success, according to an annual report from the Australian and New Zealand Council for the Care of Animals in Research and Teaching, which prepared the agreement.

The agreement now has 27 signatories, including research organisations, universities and government departments. They include non-research bodies that use animals for teaching.

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