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Taking The Next Steps To Cut Out Dissection

This story originally appeared in the Winter 2019 issue of Animal Action.  Animal dissection continues to be a commonly-performed classroom exercise in the United States and has been a deeply-rooted tradition in American biology classrooms for decades. Not all students … Continued

Quest For Transparency

This story originally appeared in the Summer 2019 issue of Animal Action.  Why information on animal use is getting harder to obtain—and what NAVS is doing about it. On its face, the issue of “transparency” may not seem like the … Continued

No More Monkey Business

This story originally appeared in the Spring 2019 issue of Animal Action.  Nonhuman primate research is on the rise. Here’s why—and how we’re going to reverse the trend. Bred in captivity, they’re torn away from their mothers when they are … Continued

No More Monkey Business!

This story originally appeared in the Spring 2019 issue of Animal Action. Nonhuman primate research is on the rise. Here’s why—and how we’re going to reverse the trend. Bred in captivity, they’re torn away from their mothers when they are … Continued

Fulfilling a Promise of Freedom for Chimpanzees

This November will mark three years since the announcement by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that it would end its support of invasive biomedical research on chimpanzees. Per the CHIMP (Chimpanzee Health Improvement, Maintenance, and Protection) Act, which established … Continued