Dear Loughborough University,
Please could you provide the followong information as per the Freedom of information act:
Does your university conduct experiments upon living animals? If yes, how many animals are held on university-owned premise for research or teaching purposes?
How many live animals have been used in experimentation in the last 5 years?
What was the reasoning for and the outcome of these experiments?
What species of animal were used?
Does the university have any plans to halt the use of animal testing on university premises?
Freedom of Information Officer
Rutland Building, Loughborough University
Leics., LE11 3TU
16 April 2018
Name: Reece Stafferton
Address: By email
In response to your Freedom of Information request dated 8 April 2018, the answer to all questions is no/none/not applicable because Loughborough University does not conduct research involving animal testing.
I hope this information is useful but if you require any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact me.
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