Thanks to the incredible work of the SR committee, the amount of news we produce has risen to the point that there are posts almost every other day. Our end-of-week Research Roundup allows readers to keep abreast of the week's animal science news, while we also cover news from animal rights groups, worldwide statistics, and more. Our … Continue reading If you don’t want to miss a thing
Please leave a comment of support at the bottom of this article for Christine, and please share with your colleagues to raise awareness of the vile and irresponsible tactics of PETA in their targeting of a young researcher at Yale University. What would someone need to do to deserve threats online, protests at their place … Continue reading Say NO to the harassment of Christine Lattin by PETA activists
We have written thousands of tweets about animal research since we opened our accounts a little over five years ago. Now we want you to help us spread our Twitter messages. We have created a list of short, tweet-able, facts on our new “Arguments For Animal Research” page. Each fact is followed by a “Tweet … Continue reading Tweet for Science!
Last week we wrote about PETA’s new video game where you take the role of a famous Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter and travel around university and pharmaceutical labs assaulting scientists. PETA have been promoting this game for a while on Twitter with messages like: https://twitter.com/peta/status/344105252007596033 and https://twitter.com/peta/status/344122922073456640 posted at brief intervals over the past … Continue reading PETA’s poor defence for beating up scientists
In order to allow readers to traverse the breadth of information available on the website we've given the whole website a makeover. All the pages previously reached on the left hand side of the page can now be found through the interactive menus at the top of the page. Furthermore, we have now made it … Continue reading Who says you can’t be Smart and Good Looking?
2009 has been a big year for Speaking of Research as we went global with debates in Dublin, presentations in Ystad (Sweden), and rallies in the Los Angeles. In the US, Speaking of Research also had the opportunity to get the advocacy message outo to hundreds of scientists and researchers at 2009 annual meetings of … Continue reading A Review of 2009
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