Delivering new thinking, research, and engagement to increase understanding of the social relations around animal research
The Animal Research Nexus Programme is a six year (2017-2023) collaborative award funded by the Wellcome Trust. It is jointly led by researchers from anthropology, geography, history, science and technology studies, and sociology at the Universities of Exeter, Manchester, Nottingham, Oxford, and Southampton. We are working with stakeholders to understand the complex entanglements between policy and practice that make up the Animal Research Nexus.
Two Worlds in One: What ‘Counts’ as Animal Advocacy for Veterinarians Working in UK Animal Research?
Posted: 28 February 2023
Cruel Optimism and Affective Realism in Animal Research in 'Encountering Berlant part two: cruel and other optimisms'
Posted: 22 February 2023
Posted: 26 January 2023
Latest blog post
5 December 2022
Introducing a creative script to help people working in research think through the first steps of patient engagement with animals