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ICLAS/CSIC Working Group on Complementary Methods

Autor Peña de Torres, Eduardo de la ; Guadaño, Ana; Barrueco, Carmen; Repetto, Guillermo; González Menció, F.; García Partida, Paulino
Palabras clave ICLAS/CSIC Working Group
Complementary Methods
Fecha de publicación 1995
EditorConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
Citación ICLAS/CSIC Working Group on Complementary Methods, 101 pp. (1995)
ResumenICLAS: ICLAS is a non-governmental organization for international cooperation in laboratory animal science. Its aims are to promote international collaboration, quality monitoring and definition of laboratory animals, to collect and disseminate information and to promote the humane use of animals in research through recognition of ethical principIes and scientific responsabilities. ICLAS was organized in 1956 at the initiative of UNESCO, CIOMS and IUBS. Since 1961 ICLAS has been officially recognized by the WHO and more recently by ICSU and WVA. ICLAS has National Scientific, Union, and Associate members. National members represent national authorities and the Scientific members are representatives of different national and regional laboratory animal science associations. Union members represent international non-governmental unions, and the Associate members are commercial and other organizations and institutes which support the aims of ICLAS. Number of members in December 1994: 8 Honorary, 41 National, 19 Scientific, 8 Union, 68 Associate members. CSIC: Spain's Scientific Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas), best known by its acronym, CSIC, was founded in 1939. While belonging to the Ministry of Education and Science, the CSIC is at the same time an autonomous body with its own assets and bylaws. It is the most important multidisciplinary research centre in Spain and one of its basic functions is the furtherance of science within its member institutes. The CSIC has 94 institutes distributed throughout Spain. 39 are in the province of Madrid, 16 in Andalucía, 13 in Cata1onia, 6 in Valencia, 5 in Aragón, 4 in Galicia, 3 in Castilla-León, 2 in the Canary Islands, 2 in Asturias, 1 in Murcia, 1 in the Balearic Islands and 1 in Cantabria. It also has an institute in Rome (Italy). The majority of these research centres belong entirely to the CSIC, but 23 of them are operated on a joint basis with universities.
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URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/95087
ISBN 84-605-4232-7
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