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?
The American Physiological Society (APS) has developed a new website to help explain the important role animal research plays in modern medicine - http://www.animalresearchcures.org . APS has been at the forefront of biomedical research advocacy, with a clear position statement on the importance of animal research and educational material on their website, as well as … Continue reading Animal Research Cures – There’s even a Website
The ALF web person has been up to some fairly deceitful tricks. Look closely at the screen shot below from the ALF website (Warning: AR Website). The article is about two scientists who have apparently been barred from their university. The interesting thing to note is the link to the Speaking of Research committee webpage … Continue reading ALF’s clever website trickery
So I fiddled with the layout a bit - so you probably had to spend five minutes looking for this post (but you've found it!). The committee decided it was worth trying a different layout in order to move focus away from the blog slightly. However what really matters is the opinion of the readers … Continue reading Speaking of Research layout changes
Want more statistics? Perhaps video clips of animals in labs, we're looking to expand and we're looking for you to tell us how! With the rush of traffic that the announcement of the UCLA Pro-Test group has brought to this website we think its time for us to put more information up. Are there pages … Continue reading What do you want to see on this website?
I've been on holiday for 2 weeks, and thus we can see the updates have been ... sparse, to say the least. However we do need more help updating the news part of the website (where this is). If you're interested in writing any of the following, be it once, monthly, or more, then contact … Continue reading Your turn to write for SR
A new website created by the RDS has been launched a couple of days ago. Animalresearch.info allows scientists to make their own contributions (subject to moderation) to add to the already vast repository of information on "the contribution of animal research to medical science". The website offers in-depth information on Nobel Prize winners, drug developments … Continue reading Want information on animal research? animalresearch.info!