Call for Workshops for 2019

  The vision of the AWRN is to foster enhanced collaboration and cohesion within the animal... >>

Tail handling reduces the value of reward in laboratory mice

    Researchers at Newcastle University have found that picking up laboratory mice by the tail makes... >>

A standardised equine-based welfare assessment

  Most equine welfare research focuses on horses used for leisure and sporting purposes in developed... >>

Report on the Early Career Researcher Workshop

  BY ELLEN WILLIAMS AND EMMA MONAGHAN   The AWRN ‘Career Progression for Early Career Researchers’ workshop, organised... >>

How does man’s best friend respond to pain?

    Previous research suggested that personality in horses might relate the expression of pain, in a... >>

Poker Face: Do we really know how well horses are coping with daily life?

  Horses are known to show different strategies to avoid tasks and procedures they don’t want... >>

Positive reinforcement training of group-housed rhesus macaques

    This paper details a protocol for the positive reinforcement training (PRT) of rhesus macaques (Macaca... >>