Publication Alert

New research titled Invertebrate Research Without Ethical or Regulatory Oversight Reduces Public Confidence and Trust, was recently published in Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. These results, provide the first evidence that the public believe invertebrates should receive some level of oversight if used for scientific experiments. The gap that exists between current and public expectations for the oversight of invertebrates may threaten the social licence to conduct scientific research on these animals. Click for full article

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Michael Brunt

PhD | Science curious | Single dad | Animal lover | Motorcycle enthusiast | Traveller

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