animal research

The lack of balance was, I believe, no accident. When the workshop was first announced I contacted the workshop organizers
I am reminded of the stare-down between drug companies and animal rights activists. Of this mounting conflict, you'd think the answer is simple -- that animals can and should eventually make their exit from so many labs and testing facilities. Alternatives are in the wings.
The enclosures are so small that there’s no room for rodents to stand up straight.
Some sharks are oviparous, or egg laying, like our bamboo sharks. These sharks typically deposit eggs containing a developing
I followed her progress for a number of years, learning that over time she was able to join a small family of other rescued
Discoveries of how genes and enzymes behave in animal models may decipher the biological mechanisms that cause, prevent, or suppress cancers in humans. Researchers seek to discover mechanisms in animal that may help control human cancer's growth, spread, and potential to kill.
Because of improvements in medical ethics over the past thirty years, we tend to think that this paternalistic attitude no longer or minimally exists. However paternalism in science is all too alive and healthy.
The rats/mice/birds exclusion intentionally obfuscates the true numbers of animal used in research. And, it lends credence to the claims of animal rights groups that research institutions have something to hide.
The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced Thursday they will eliminate the iconic elephant act from the show.
Many psychologists and psychiatrists are justifiably horrified at the central role members of their own profession have played in these torture experiments. Unfortunately, our biomedical profession has a long history of experimentation on humans.