Our friends at Americans for Medical Progress recently premiered “Love, Care, Progress!,” a new video highlighting the importance of animals in research and the high standards of care they receive. In it, research professionals – including a trainer, scientist, animal behaviorist, surgical manager and veterinarian – talk about caring for the animals in their charge, […]
According to evolutionary biologists, humans have been running for about two million years. For most of this time, running was essential to human survival activities like hunting, warfare, and fleeing danger produced better outcomes at a faster pace. It is only in the last few hundred years that […]
Stephen Elledge of Harvard Medical School, the University of California’s Harry Noller, Roeland Nusse of Stanford University, Yoshinori Ohsumi of Tokyo Institute of Technology, and Huda Zoghbi of Baylor College of Medicine have won 2017 Breakthrough Prizes in Life Sciences. Each […]
At organizations that perform animal research, the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) is responsible for reviewing research protocols and evaluating […]
All middle- and high-school students in New England were invited to enter MSMR’s Student Competition.
The students adopt the role of reporter for a news service that delivers information about research breakthroughs to teenage science students. You learn about a particularly interesting breakthrough and submit an Essay, […]