Openness

Animal Research: A New Era and a New Debate?

Barney Reed | Posted 13.07.2014 | UK
Barney Reed

We want to see a debate framed in terms of what is happening now, not whether the use of animals led to a scientific discovery or progress eighty or a hundred years ago. Science, technology, and concern for animals have all evolved significantly since then, and the debate must too. Why is a specific animal 'model' or study thought relevant or valid now?

If I Made My Money Telling Science Horror Stories I'd Be Worried About Open Labs Too

Chris Magee | Posted 09.07.2014 | UK
Chris Magee

Of course I'm not claiming animals never suffer in labs - that's why such research is licensed. My point is merely that it's likely that most people have a worse perception about what goes on than is the case in reality.

Are Standards for Lab Animals Really 'The Highest Possible'?

Barney Reed | Posted 24.11.2013 | UK Tech
Barney Reed

Given our expanding understanding of animals' needs and their capacity to experience suffering, it is clear that some of the current provisions for animals are not the highest standards that could be possible.

Designing High Performance Companies

Alan Moore | Posted 26.01.2013 | UK
Alan Moore

Recently I was invited to Shanghai to speak about the transformational design of businesses at Radical Design Week - Shanghai.

To be Part of the Future You Have to Hack It

Alan Moore | Posted 07.08.2012 | UK
Alan Moore

The question many organisations have to ask themselves is - are they ready to hack the future and create it?

Which Books Have MPs Made You Buy Them?

Stuart Bonar | Posted 13.04.2012 | UK Politics
Stuart Bonar

One of the perks of being an MP is access to a wonderful private library - the House of Commons Library. I know that MPs can ask for the Library to buy books they are interested in reading. So, curious to know which books MPs have been asking us, as taxpayers, to buy for them, I lodged a Freedom of Information Act request.