2015 was another successful year for Speaking of Research in the media. In February, Speaking of Research Director, Tom Holder, was invited to speak to BBC Look East (from 1:36 in video below) about the construction of a new medical research facility in Cambridge, UK. In the interview, Holder reminded viewers that "animal research plays … Continue reading A successful year for Speaking of Research in the media
It's been over a week since our last coverage update and there's been more news sources covering the upcoming rally. To kick off, the highly respected Nature journal included an interview (subscription needed) with David Jentsch, founder of UCLA Pro-Test. He offered an insight into his own research before mentioning more about the upcoming rally: … Continue reading UCLA Pro-Test – Coverage Review Day 18
On Friday 8th August I visited the California National Primate Research Center at UC Davis. The talk was well received with many leaflets about getting involved in Speaking of Research being taken by the audience afterwards. I had the pleasure of taking a tour round the Primate Center, where I was impressed by the lengths … Continue reading Speaking of Research in UC Davis – A Review
Today, Friday 8th, between 2-3pm, Tom Holder will appear live on Capital Public Radio (90.9 KXJC), to be interviewed by Jeffrey Callison on the program “Insight“. The interview will last 20 minutes at some point during the hour of 2-3pm. Also, earlier in the day, at 12:00 noon, Holder will be speaking to students and … Continue reading Reminder: SR on Radio today!!
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 email@example.com). Some more … Continue reading Friday 8th August – SR at CNPRC / UC Davis
Earlier today, I spoke on the Dave Ross show at 9:35am. Mp3s will be available on his website soon (listen here). We covered animal activism in the UK and USA, as well as the importance of animals in the development of modern medicine, and why scientists and students need to stand up for biomedical research. … Continue reading Washington State: Speaking to Students, Speaking of Research