Sourcing animals

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Engagement Activities

The Mouse Exchange is a public engagement activity where we invite small groups of members of the public to

Blog entry

Written by: Ally Palmer, Sara Peres

In part 1 of this blog series, we introduced the idea of a ‘spectrum of visibility’ in animal research, with

Written by: Bentley Crudgington, Emma Roe, Sara Peres

There is no qualitative research into public understanding of the origins of research animals, which is a particular area of interest for the Markets and Materials strand.

Announcements

We are so delighted to announce that the Mouse Exchange has been recognised for its public engagement work by winning the 7th Annual Openness Awards, awarded by the Concorda

Publications

Endotoxins are bacterial components that can cause systemic toxicity if they enter the mammalian blood stream.

This poster discusses the management of animal numbers in our research examining the breeding, supply, and biobanking of lab animals within the economies of biomedical science.

Project partners

Paul is an interdisciplinary researcher and artist, with an interest in nonhuman animals, performance and public engagement.