SR in Pittsburgh

A diverse audience of approximately fifty researchers, animal care technicians and medical students, both undergraduates and postgraduates, attended the Speaking of Research presentation at Pittsburgh University. From "Science for the Non-scientist, a lesson in getting your message across" (summarized in our YouTube video), to "Pro-Test: the UK experience of the animal rights issue", and finally … Continue reading SR in Pittsburgh

SR in Pittsburgh – May 27th

On Tuesday, May 27th 2008, Speaking of Research founder, Tom Holder, will be speaking at Pittsburgh University (Note to self: Pittsburgh does not rhyme with Edinburgh). The presentation will take place at: S100a, Biomedical Science Tower (map). The order of the day is: 4:00 – 4:30 pm Introductions 4:30 – 5:30 pm Seminar 5:30 – … Continue reading SR in Pittsburgh – May 27th

North Carolina: Day 2: UNC-Chapel Hill

After a successful day on the Duke University campus (see previous post), I headed over to the Smithies & Maeda's Laboratories in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. Here I gave a presentation to Nobel Prize Laureate (For his work in introducing gene modifications into … Continue reading North Carolina: Day 2: UNC-Chapel Hill

SR on YouTube!

For a long time, animal rights groups have taken advantage of new social media tools that exist on the web. Their presence dominates and clouds the issue of animal research, meaning that individuals looking for information on animal research, find themselves faced "Vivisection kills", "Stop Torture". Pro-Test broke the mold by being the first group … Continue reading SR on YouTube!