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Understanding Animal Research

Understanding Animal Research is funded by its members to achieve broad understanding and acceptance of the humane use of animals in biomedical research in the UK.
We provide a daily news-feed and regularly upload educational materials to our website: understandinganimalresearch.org.uk/
We produce most of our videos in house and also occasionally produce videos for our members, eg Medical Research Council and Society of Microbiology,

  1. Herceptin - the first monoclonal treatment for cancer

    This presentation outlines the research and development that led to Herceptin, the first effective monoclonal antibody treatment for cancer.
    A power-point version of this presentation can be downloaded from our website: understandinganimalresearch.org.uk/resources/document-library

  2. A day in the life of an animal technologist

    We walk around King's College animal research facility with one of the animal technologists who in this episode shows us mice, rats, rabbits and guinea pigs.

  3. Toxoplasmosis in otters

    Toxoplasmosis infects people, cats, otters and many other animals. The Otter project at Cardiff University is tracking the disease by taking samples from dead otters.

    Find out more: otterproject.cf.ac.uk/

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