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Animal research

How and why we use animals in some of our research and teaching, and how we make sure we keep to the highest ethical standards.

News

Animal research news and press releases from Bath.


Research increasingly shows sex differences in human medical issues, so excluding females from research has worrying consequences for women鈥檚 health.

Digitise your dog into a computer game

Dog wearing a motion capture suit in a green screen studio; researcher adjusting a camera in the background

Researchers from CAMERA have developed motion capture technology that enables you to digitise your dog without a motion capture suit and using only one camera.

How the zebrafish got its stripes

The stripes on the body of a fish

Animal patterns are a source of endless fascination, and now researchers at the 澳门六合彩开奖记录2023 have worked out how zebrafish develop their stripes.

Policies, codes and procedures

Our policy statement on animal research, the procedure for ethical review and the code of ethical practice we follow.


Animal research: policy statement

Side by side pictures of white mice and zebrafish in use for animal research at 澳门六合彩开奖记录2023

How we approach research involving animals, including regulations we follow, our ethical review process and the animal species we use in our research.

Facts and figures

Read about the type and scale of our animal research activities and their impact on animals.


Guidance and forms

What you need to do to make sure your research involving animals is ethically responsible.


Case studies

Read about our animal research in action.


Dr Sarah Bailey talks about her research for International Day of Women & Girls in Science.

Showing the public the high welfare standards research animals receive will build trust in scientists, says Dr Sarah Bailey, Chair of the Animal Research Forum.

Refining blood sampling in mice

A mouse is gently cupped by one person while the experimenter makes a small incision, about 2 cm from the tip of the tail, in the lateral tail vein using a sharp blade.

We've developed a minimally invasive method of blood sampling, which allows multiple samples to be taken from the same animal with as little stress as possible.