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What do we owe lab animals?

January 24, 2023 Comments Off on What do we owe lab animals?
January 27 @ 10:55 am

A recent article in the New York Times entitled “What Do We Owe Lab Animals?” made a number of points in recognition of the ethical issues inherent in using animals…

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Winning Artwork is Absolutely “Fabulous”

November 15, 2022 Comments Off on Winning Artwork is Absolutely “Fabulous”
January 27 @ 10:55 am

More than 450 artists from around the world shared their creative visions of a more humane, just and compassionate world in NAVS’ 33rd annual Art for Animals competition. Topping them…

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Announcing IFER’s 2022-23 Research Fellows

November 15, 2022 Comments Off on Announcing IFER’s 2022-23 Research Fellows
January 27 @ 10:55 am

The International Foundation for Ethical Research (IFER), an affiliate of the National Anti-Vivisection Society, is pleased to announce its 2022-23 Graduate Fellows for Alternatives to the Use of Animals in…

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Loving Laika, 65 Years Later

November 15, 2022 Comments Off on Loving Laika, 65 Years Later
January 27 @ 10:55 am

On November 3, 1957, Sputnik 2 became the second manmade satellite to orbit earth; however, unlike its predecessor, Sputnik 2 carried a passenger: a small dog named Laika. You may…

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Sanctuary Spotlight: Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest and the Cle Elum Seven

November 15, 2022 Comments Off on Sanctuary Spotlight: Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest and the Cle Elum Seven
January 27 @ 10:55 am

This month we have exciting news to share from our friends at Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest (CSNW), which is located 90 miles east of Seattle, in Cle Elum, WA, on 90…

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Sanctuary Spotlight: Texas Capuchin Rescue

October 13, 2022 Comments Off on Sanctuary Spotlight: Texas Capuchin Rescue
January 27 @ 10:55 am

Earlier this year, NAVS was contacted by Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (WWR), a sanctuary in Texas, with an emergency request for assistance. Responding to a situation that shines a light…

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What Makes NAVS “Great”? This Podcast has the Answer

October 13, 2022 Comments Off on What Makes NAVS “Great”? This Podcast has the Answer
January 27 @ 10:55 am

Recently, NAVS Science Advisor Pam Osenkowski, Ph.D., and Program Manager Anna Madsen were guests on the “Great.com Talks With…” podcast, speaking about everything from NAVS’ history to the history of…

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Legislative Victories that YOU Made Happen

October 13, 2022 Comments Off on Legislative Victories that YOU Made Happen
January 27 @ 10:55 am

As a NAVS supporter, you may wonder how effective sending emails to elected officials really is. Do your actions really matter? Is your voice—and the voices of fellow advocates—being heard?…

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IFER Fellowship Recipient Takes First Place at International Science Conference

October 13, 2022 Comments Off on IFER Fellowship Recipient Takes First Place at International Science Conference
January 27 @ 10:55 am

Alan Kim, 2021-22 recipient of the International Foundation for Ethical Research (IFER) Graduate Fellowship for Alternatives to the Use of Animals in Science, was awarded the first-place poster prize at…

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NAVS Shares New 3Rs Curriculum at International Educator Conference

September 20, 2022 Comments Off on NAVS Shares New 3Rs Curriculum at International Educator Conference
January 27 @ 10:55 am

NAVS and IFER Science Advisor Pam Osenkowski, PhD, presented “Animal Use in Science: Exploring the 3Rs,” NAVS’ new curriculum for high school students to participants of the Educators for Animals…

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