Science for Progress

because science is fundamental in the 21st century

18 B&D Animal Use and Statistics of Equivalence

In the light of the latest animal use numbers in Germany (2017), Bart and I are having a conversation about animal use in fundamental research. We then move on to talk about a new statistical method that might help researchers get some of their data out of their drawers and into an article!

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about Dennis Eckmeier

Dennis founded Science for Progress. He received a PhD in neuroscience in 2010 in Germany. Until 2018 he worked as a postdoc in the USA, and Portugal. In 2017 he co-organized the March for Science in Lisbon, Portugal. Dennis is currently a freelancer.

15 Animal Welfare in Scientific Research – with Nuno Franco

I talked with Dr. Nuno Henrique Franco about animal welfare in scientific research. The questions we address are

  • Why do we do animal experiments?
  • What can be done to reduce the amount of animal experiments?
  • What are the regulations for animal research?
  • What do scientists think about the ethics of animal experimentation?
  • What is being done for outreach?
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about Dennis Eckmeier

Dennis founded Science for Progress. He received a PhD in neuroscience in 2010 in Germany. Until 2018 he worked as a postdoc in the USA, and Portugal. In 2017 he co-organized the March for Science in Lisbon, Portugal. Dennis is currently a freelancer.

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