April 6, 2007 • Posted in Project R&R News
Presented by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Museum, the festival, the first of its kind in the U.S., encompasses nine days of scientific discovery.
NEAVS/Project R&R is presenting on alternatives to animal research and on the ethical and scientific reasons to end the use of chimpanzees in biomedical research and testing.
This important venue is sure to foster discussion in a city where many institutions and private companies conduct experiments on animals. As Massachusetts is one of three hubs for biomedical research and technology in the U.S., NEAVS/Project R&R is eager to bring our message to the public, students, and educators.
NEAVS/Project R&R will present at the Cambridge Public Library, Central Square Branch, 45 Pearl Street, on Thursday April 26th at 7pm. Open to the public, seating will be limited. Please call us at 617-523-6020 to reserve your free seat now!