Transparency is key : communication in animal research
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Martínez, Emma
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2019
The lack of information from institutions and organisations regarding the use of animals in scientific research produces a specialised communication niche which non-scientific groups have exploited to make public opinion sympathetic to them. Public opinion is linked to societal development. Lack of information leads to the creation of unfounded opinions that are alien to scientific and technological development and contribute to the progressive introduction of restrictive measures that are detrimental to scientific research and social development. Conversely, an informed society can and must participate in the development of responsible research that aligns inquiry and its potential benefits with the needs of society itself from the earliest research and development stages.

    Martínez, Emma. Transparency is key : communication in animal research. En: Mètode Science Studies Journal: Annual Review, 9 2019: 22-29

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