1 January 1970
Posted by: Richard Scrase
Explore how you feel about animal research
A book to be published soon promises a considered, less polarised approach to the animal rights debate.
The three-year public debate in the UK on animal-hybrid embryos was always a secondary issue for Understanding Animal Research and its forerunners, but an important one.
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 similar are we really to chimpanzees?
The Academy of Medical Sciences has launched a new project to examine the use of animals containing human material in scientific research.
Most recently the Sunday Times cover piece last weekend took an in depth look at what goes on in animal labs in the UK, and the issues behind the research.
A paper in the January 2010 Journal of Biomedical Ethics gives an interesting insight into the use of public opinion polls by all sides in the UK animal research debate.
On Wednesday, the House of Lords ‘took note' of a committee report into the revision of the EU Directive on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes
On 13th December the House of Lords debated amendments to the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986.
A lively debate at the Trinity College Dublin Philosophical Society last Thursday rejected the motion that “This House Believes that Animal Testing is a Moral Hazard”.
The Big Animal Research Debate, an event organised by UAR and IDEA UK, starts today with five debates taking place at Hull University, King’s College London
Advice from our recent workshop