To what extent is the use of animals in scientific research acceptable?
There are ethical guidelines set forth by committees which regulate the proper use of animal for research...When investigating human disease, alternative approaches are not useful or not available..1. Replace refers to the population of animals sacrificed, 2. Reduce refers to using the minimum # of animals needed to obtain data, 3. Refine refers to methods to alleviate pain
by rebekahELLE 5 years ago
What is the latest scientific research in regard to slowing the aging process?What are scientists finding about the longevity of human beings? Describe how these findings can be incorporated into our everyday lifestyle.
by Mike Pugh 6 years ago
Is scientific research truly valuable for humanity?In your best words try to explain why you think scientific research is beneficial to humanity, or why it is not. (Try to be as honest as possible, and if you like write a powerful hub that ties into this question) Oh and have fun with it!
by Steven Escareno 6 years ago
Since I've been on hubpages and doing various research on movies that are fixing to come out and such, I noticed something highly strange that I never thought of before until now. Online, I notice all these users on imdb, yahoo, superherohype and all these other sites that I get resources...
by Rhys Baker 5 years ago
How can scientific research be made more accessible to the general public?Too often scientists are seen as aloof from the world, rarely deigning to descend from their ivory towers of knowledge. This means that important research gets ignored, lost in the ether or poorly communicated to the wider...
by Quilligrapher 5 years ago
... from a bill drafted by Rep. Lamar Smith that would over ride peer review at the National Science Foundation (NSF) with a set of funding criteria chosen and overseen by Congress and he wants to use it as a model for every federal science agency we have.Rep. Smith's bill would force the NSF to...
by Pooja Sharma 8 years ago
hey what do you all think let me know.........
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