Animal Rights


Animal research ethics in question


Ever the controversialist: Peter Singer on speciesism


Non-human rights battle continues


Animal welfare abuses exposed at Nebraska research farm


Are chimpanzees persons?


Fish belong in our moral circle, says Australian researcher


Great suffering software!


‘Treat researchers with contempt’: new animal rights advert


Battling to make animals persons


UK releases report on animals in research


A small breach in the personhood barrier


Yale to host conference on non-human personhood


Blow to Germany’s animal lovers


Vegan bioethics, or why Peter Singer is cruel to animals


Human exceptionalism is for the birds


Finger-lickin’ good is not a good enough reason


US to curtail chimpanzee research after report


Chimpanzee hepatitis C research in the firing line


South Korean scientists make glow-in-the-dark dog


Approach Frankenstein experiments gingerly, says UK report

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