As the UK justice system convicts and sentences some of the last extremists, the US situation continues to worsen. Attacks on researchers at UCLA have been on the increase over the past year, and there is little sign of scientists and academic institutions standing up to defend the life-saving medical research they carry out. There … Continue reading AR extremism continues in California
The SR tour continues, and I apologise for not giving advance warning on the two previous talks (report below). Tom Holder will be speaking about animal extremism and medical research at Jackson Laboratories in Maine. 9am-11am, Monday, November 3rd, Jackson Laboratories, Maine. California Earlier this week I was in Sacramento and San Francisco in California. … Continue reading Delaware-Pennsylvania-California-New-Jersey …. MAINE!
Last weekend, Governor Arnold Schwareneggar signed the AB2296, Researcher Protection Act, which enacts a number of measures to protect researchers from attacks by animal rights extremists and others. This bill was supported by the University of California system and was introduced by Assembly Member Gene Mullin (D - South San Francisco). UC President, Mark G. … Continue reading Researchers get the protection they need
This Friday (8th August) Speaking of Research will be involved in two events. Firstly, at 12:00 noon, at the California National Primate Research Center (CNPRC) Seminar Hall (part of UC Davis), Tom Holder will be speaking to students, researchers, and any members of the public wishing to come along (please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org). Some more … Continue reading Friday 8th August – SR at CNPRC / UC Davis
A recent editorial in the popular UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) campus newspaper, The Daily Bruin, decided to consider the best and worst moments of the recent academic year. Narrowly beaten by hikes in student fees (but beating UCLA's loss at basketball in the Final Four of March Madness) was the Animal Rights extremism … Continue reading Animal Rights extemism reaches #2 in UCLA “worst moments!”
During World Week for Animal In Labs (19th - 27th April), I will be travelling to Washington, Oregon and California to give talks to university students about the importance of animal research, and why students must stand up to defend it. I still have one or two days free (and I am prepared to give … Continue reading Speaking (of Research) to the West Coast – University Tour!