Research Grants

Deadline: 01/04/2006
February 13, 2006

The Lord Dowding Fund offers financial support for a wide range of scientific and educational projects which are aimed at replacing the use of laboratory animals. In order to successfully apply for a grant, an applicant must be able to clearly demonstrate how the proposed research will impact on the use of animals in a particular field(s). The applicant must be able to give examples of the kinds of research that their non-animal techniques are designed to replace, and to be able to give an estimate of the numbers of animals which would normally be involved.

Details here
Address: Lord Dowding Fund
261 Goldhawk Road
London W12 9PE
Telephone: 020 8846 9777
Fax: 020 8846 9712
Email: info@ldf.org.uk

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