Openness & Transparency
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This engagement activity invites people to draw a label which could be used to denote the role of animal research in the production of medicines.
In our work on the cultures of care and communication in animal research, we often asked ourselves the question: why are fish not the ‘poster critters’ of animal research?
A lot of guidance has been written about how to actively involve patients and the public in clinical research, and evidence is growing about the value of this.
This is one of a series of Animal Research Nexus blogs drawing on our current and past work to explore the human-animal and science-society entanglements in the Covid-19 pandemic.
I visited the Craft and Graft exhibition at the Crick Institute before it closure in early February 2020.
When you build a world you have the luxury (and burden) of designing everything within it.
On the 21st May, Pru Hobson-West and I dipped our toes into public engagement around animal research at the Nottingham Pint of Science Festival 2019.
We are delighted to feature this guest blog on mice models in animal research from Nicole C. Nelson.
A directive of the Collaboration and Communication strand of the Animal Research Nexus is to produce dynamic pubic engagement activities that connect different pers
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At a previous meeting we were all asked to define what “nexus” meant to us.
Understanding and examining the significance of the laboratory space physically, practically, emotionally and metaphorically, is opening up new lines of social scientific enquiry regarding the relations between health, science and welfare
The concept of openness is increasingly being used to drive change and shape debates around animal research. However, it is a complicated and nuanced concept, which can be both uniting and dividing in practice.
Our recent work has explored visibility - of animals, practices, and labour - in animal research.
The issues of openness, transparency and public engagement about animal research have taken focus in several different countries in recent years. This open access paper gives an account of a two-day-long, international expert forum on this topic.
This report discusses the different expectations people have of Patient and Public involvement and Engagement with animal research. We review the opportunities and challenges across perspectives. We also identify preliminary recommendations for enabling more meaningful involvement.
Have you ever thought about the role that animals play in producing new medicines? Want to try a creative way of thinking about this topic?
“Hi. How are you?” This is a common greeting used to ask about health, but has anyone ever asked you; “did you come alone?” We’ll be exploring these questions in a short, interactive, one-on-one scenario.
The workshop shall intoduce the Concordat on Openness in Animal Research, explaining its commitments, and the different exceptions around openness.
The Lab Collective create interactive, visceral live experiences; treading the line between theatre, game and installation, The Lab Collective empower the audience to collaborate in our performances.