188体育

  • 188体育_188体育盘口

    188体育_188体育盘口服务专线

    188体育_188体育盘口
    188体育 > 国外科技 >

    手机单向收费SpanishmilitaryflieslabanimalstoCaryIsldsafterairnesrefusetotakethemonbod

    文章来源:Erron   时间:2020-01-06

      手机单向收费Spanish military flies lab animals to Canary Islands after airlines refuse to take them on boardSpanish military flies lab animals to Canary Islands after airlines refuse to take them on board BARCELONA, SPAIN—Twenty-nine transgenic mice that two Spanish airlines had refused to transport hitched a ride to the Canary Islands on a military plane Friday and are now at their final destination, the University of La Laguna on Tenerife in Spain. The mice, bred in the United States, had been stranded in Madrid for 2months because Iberia and Air Europa have stopped shipping laboratory animals.The military aircraft left Madrid early Friday morning and flew the mice to the Gando Air Base on Gran Canaria. From there, a shipping company ferried the animals in a 90-minute sea journey to the island of Tenerife, where they were delivered at the only animal facility on the island at 5:30 p.m. local time. The university had negotiated the solution with the military. “We feel relieved after these 2 months, which have been very stressful,” says Javier Castro Hernández, a postdoc at the University Hospital of the Canary Islands who had ordered the animals and who recently sounded the alarm about the airlines decision. Castro says he looks forward to continuing his research project.But a permanent solution must still be found, Castro Hernández says. The University of La Laguna and the Spanish civil aviation authority are still trying to work out a deal with various carriers. But “the airlines continue to delay giving their answer,” Castro says. “So … the blockade still persists for now.”