1 January 1970
Posted by: Richard Scrase
The editorial in today's Financial Times about responding to the appalling animal rights extremist attacks in Switzerland is spot on.
Every Breath, an award-winning drama-based set of teaching resources from Y Touring Theatre Company is now available on DVD, free to schools.
How much do you know about which animals are used most in medical research and which are used least? Sharing the Pie, the latest addition to the Learning Centre's suite of activities for schools, is a fun way to find out.
If there is one thing that anti-vivisection campaigns are good at, it's providing vivid imagery.
The RSPCA's latest foray into schools education is a smart new web resource for GCSE science with a substantial chunk dedicated to exploring the ethics of animal research.
No understanding of how science works is complete without some knowledge of the way we use research animals.
What R you watching? our latest online interactive educational resource, is now live on the UAR site.
Animal research is a favourite topic when teachers are looking for a sure-fire way to get their students interested in the ethics of science, but are schools getting all they can from this complex, sometimes difficult, always fascinating subject?
UAR teamed up with the Y Touring Company this month for a series of workshops about the use of animals in research at this year's Big Bang Science Fair held at London's Excel Centre.
On the principal that you can’t really understand something until you have tried it yourself, the UAR education team has been encouraging young people up and down the country...
The holidays are upon us but schools are already girding themselves ready for a new term in September.
Where do medicines come from?
The use of animals in veterinary medicine