News Analysis: How NOT to Cover Animal Research

Student newspapers offer remarkable learning opportunities for  future generations of news reporters. They also perform an important public service in keeping student populations informed about key university issues.  But they are not perfect. Turnover is constant, leading to a lack of continuity and fluctuating ability and expertise levels. In addition - as is the case with … Continue reading News Analysis: How NOT to Cover Animal Research

Speaking out for Speaking of Research

Below is a report of a talk given by Dr. Arnold L. Goldman, a private practise vet who offered to give a talk about animal research at a school on behalf of Speaking of Research. SR regularly receives requests by students and teachers to talk to scientists, and we rely on the efforts of scientists … Continue reading Speaking out for Speaking of Research

Three Challenges for the coming months

I recently gave a speech at the International Conference for Animal Research Policy, in it I laid out three challenges for the upcoming months. We've all heard of the 3R's, so this is the 3ES's: Enabling Scientists Encouraging Students Educating Schoolchildren We must enable scientists by providing them with an outlet to talk about their … Continue reading Three Challenges for the coming months