If you are a PPC who has arrived on this page via a link sent by a colleague or voter, it is because they wish you to have the facts on animal research before making any decisions on the BUAV's 6 PPC pledges. Introduction The BUAV (British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection) has been … Continue reading The BUAV is misinforming UK policy makers
Today’s guest post is by Dr. Cindy Buckmaster, chair of Americans for Medical Progress. Activists at the Beagle Freedom Project (BFP) continue to gather support for their agenda to end animal-based research - and some in the research community are unknowingly helping them. Many of you have seen recent TV news items or read news … Continue reading Beagle Freedom Project Uses Former Research Dogs to Spotlight its Anti-Research Campaign
Speaking of Research joins others in a year-end wrap up post. As Drug Monkey says: “The rules for this blog meme are quite simple. Post the link and first sentence from the first blog entry for each month of the past year. I originally did this meme, after seeing similar posted by Janet Stemwedel and … Continue reading Twelve months of Speaking of Research
Only have a few moments to spare? Quick jump straight to one of the Five Ways to Help: Check what your institution says about its animal research [2 minutes] Get them to add a link to Speaking of Research [3 minutes] Help share Speaking of Research’s message on social media [3 minutes] Send us a … Continue reading Five Ways to Help
Recently we created a list (still in progress) of the public facing statements institutions have on their website about their animal research. The quality of these statements and associated web pages are of mixed quality. In the second half of this post we assess ten top life science universities (according to the THE World Ranking) … Continue reading What makes a good animal research statement?