January 1st 2020 It’s been a great year for Speaking of Research, with over 600,000 site visits and sustained engagement by our 5000+ avid social media followers and readers. As in previous years, we worked closely with media outlets and scientific and other advocacy organizations to defend public interests in science, support scientists, encourage greater … Continue reading Speaking of Research Year in Review 2019
Press Release For immediate release October 10, 2019 Contact: Allyson Bennett, email@example.com WASHINGTON, D.C. - The advocacy group Speaking of Research … Continue reading More than 600 Members of the Scientific Community Call for Withdrawal of Dangerous EPA Directive Which Threatens Humans, Animals and the Environment
Earlier today, Speaking of Research sent its open letter to U.S. Environmental and Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler. The letter, signed by more than 600 members of the scientific community, condemns the agency's recent dangerous directive to reduce and eliminate all chemical safety tests that involve animals. The letter also calls on Wheeler to … Continue reading Speaking of Research Shares Open Letter with EPA Administrator
It's been a great year for Speaking of Research. Visits to the website rose 6% to break new records in 2018, with more new content added than in any previous year. It is not just web traffic which saw an increase, our media work also increased in 2018, as we worked closely with outlets including … Continue reading Speaking of Research Year in Review 2018
We are pleased to tell you that our letter from America’s scientific community calling for increased openness in animal research continues to receive lots of attention. Here’s a brief update. The Letter For those unfamiliar with the effort, Speaking of Research organized an open letter from America’s scientific community advocating for greater openness and communication … Continue reading Call for Increased Openness Receives Continued Response
USA Today has published our open letter calling for increased openness about the important role of animals in health research. Below, we provide the full list of almost 600 signatures, including four Nobel Laureates, who have signed their support for our initiative. We hope this action will put pressure on institutions across the US to … Continue reading Nobel Prize Winners lead the call for greater openness in animal research
We receive many emails from members of the public - from students trying to write essays to individuals wanting to know more for their own understanding. To help our readers, we have decided to improve and expand our current FAQs page. We have tried to address the most common questions we get asked: Why do … Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions – Answered!