Each April a group of people committed to ending all use of animals for any purpose, including medical and scientific research, orchestrate events for a week they designate World Week for Animals in Laboratories (WWAIL). Among the primary objectives of WWAIL is to generate media coverage via picketing and protests. The event often culminates in … Continue reading World Week to Speak Up About Animal Research
Science is really, really important. From the ability to communicate with almost anyone in the world using a pocket-sized device, to the ability to land a robot on an asteroid 400 million kilometres away, science is constantly pushing us to new heights. Science also has a huge impact on the treatments and medicines that we … Continue reading 2015 – The Year of the Science Communicator!
Speaking of Research joins others in a year-end wrap up post. As Drug Monkey says: “The rules for this blog meme are quite simple. Post the link and first sentence from the first blog entry for each month of the past year. I originally did this meme, after seeing similar posted by Janet Stemwedel and … Continue reading Twelve months of Speaking of Research
The industry magazine Lab Animal occasionally reviews websites applicable to it’s readers. Earlier this year, they reviewed the Speaking of Research website. The article does a good job of relaying the history behind how Speaking of Research began and some background on the people involved. They also note that SR does a lot of reporting … Continue reading Top marks for Speaking of Research website
When Speaking of Research first started we had a wonderful leaflet which was produced for us by Americans for Medical Progress. In the following six years, Speaking of Research has changed and evolved and as such we have been long overdue for a new leaflet, which we can now unveil. Download PDF here, or click … Continue reading Speaking of Research Leaflet
The Speaking of Research website has evolved. We have redesigned the front page and included a new section on Pro-Test. What do you think?
We have just put a new FAQ up on the website which covers five of the most frequently asked questions we get about animal research. They are: Aren’t animals different than people? Don’t we have alternatives to animal research? Is all research on cats, dogs and primates? Don’t the animals suffer in experiments? Who cares … Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions up on Website