1 January 1970
Posted by: Richard Scrase
Understanding Animal Research has a new booklet offering advice to researchers who want to be more open about their work.
A book to be published soon promises a considered, less polarised approach to the animal rights debate.
The editorial in today's Financial Times about responding to the appalling animal rights extremist attacks in Switzerland is spot on.
We have been watching with great concern the animal rights extremists’ campaigns taking place in the United States and California in particular.
We have seen in the UK that, when attacked by violent animal rights extremists and vociferous antivivisectionists...
Public opinion research released this week shows that public attitudes to animal research haven't changed much in the UK over the last few years.
If there is one thing that anti-vivisection campaigns are good at, it's providing vivid imagery.
This week, Tom Holder, Campaigns Manager, writes about a new charity communications guide jointly produced by Understanding Animal Research and the Association for Medical Research Charities (AMRC).
Tom Holder, Campaigns Manager, discusses a recent event hosted by the AMRC on how charities can improve their communications about animal research with the public.