University of California, Berkeley
The University of California, Berkeley is a major research institution located in the United States in the state of California. It was founded in 1968 as the first campus of the University of California, or 'UC' (now a public university system comprised of ten California universities). In the 1950s and 1960s, Berkeley was the site of numerous political movements; including the 1964 Free Speech Movement. By the late 60s, severe political unrest on and off the campus compelled Governor Ronald Reagan to declare a state of emergency and order the National Guard to occupy the city of Berkeley. Today, the campus is considered one of the world's elite academic institutions. It currently holds approximately 35,000 students.
University of California, Berkley does animal testing.
Facility information, progress reports & USDA-APHIS reports
This facility performed animal experiments involving pain or distress but no analgesics, anesthetics or pain relievers were administered. For links to copies of this facility's U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)-Animal Plant Health Inspection (APHIS) reports, other information and links, see also University of California, Berkeley, CA. 
USDA AWA reports
As of May 26, 2009, the USDA began posting all inspection reports for animal breeders, dealers, exhibitors, handlers, research facilities and animal carriers by state. See also USDA Animal Welfare Inspection Reports.
Web address: http://www.berkeley.edu
Articles & sources
- Animal testing
- Human Rights Center of the University of California
- National Primate Research Center System
- University of California, Los Angeles
- University of California San Francisco
- Facility Reports and Information: University of California, Berkeley, CA, Stop Animal Exploitation NOW!, accessed October 2009