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April the Giraffe is a internet sensation

Something light to start your week with. April the Giraffe has been turn into an internet sensation by Animal Adventure Park
06/03/2017

DNA Clues

As one group is trying to resurrect the Woolly Monmouth, and another is looking into why the vanished from the
03/03/2017

IAT North East Branch Symposium

S3 Science will be attending the IAT trade day in York on the 8th March. Speakers include Trapping and health screening
01/03/2017

Are Rabbits the Answer to Bone Cancer!

Rabbits could be the answer to bone cancer, new research has suggested. european-rabbits-1006621 The
28/02/2017

Survey on Zebrafish

Zebrafish are the second most common animal species used in research in Great Britain (Home Office annual statistics for 2015).
27/02/2017

Something for the Weekend

A study has shown that bees can learn how to move a ball just by watching each other. While bees have
24/02/2017

Links to other Life Sciences and Research related websites:


Understanding Animal Research
Dedicated to explaining the role of animals in medical and scientific research.

Gov.uk Guidance
UK Government information detailing the law on scientific research and testing involving animals.

Cancer Research UK
Registered charity funding research into finding cures and kinder treatments for Cancer.

Laboratory Animal Science Association
Supporting 50 years of progress in laboratory animal science and welfare. Promotes Concordat on openness for laboratory animal science.

FELASA
Represents common interests in the furtherance of all aspects of laboratory animal science (LAS) in Europe and beyond.


Prospects.ac.uk
Job profile for an animal technician.

Institute of Animal Technology
Founded in 1950, the IAT is the foremost professional body in the field of Animal Technology.

Speaking of Research
Speaking of Research aims to explain the important role of animals in research.

AAALAC
A non-profit organisation that promotes the humane treatment of animals in science through voluntary accreditation and assessment programs.

NC3RS
UK’s national organisation which leads the discovery and application of new technologies and approaches to replace, reduce and refine the use of animals for scientific purposes.

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