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national volunteer program designed to help identify ecological changes by monitoring earthworms.
http://www.wormwatch.ca/
studies the neural system that controls the heart of the medicinal leech.
http://calabreselx.biology.emory.edu/
studies the male tail of C. elegans, a model system for research in developmental genetics.
http://worms.aecom.yu.edu/
announcements, ads, literature, and more.
http://elegans.swmed.edu/
Nonprofit scientific society, founded to encourage and promote the study of animal behavior.
http://www.animalbehavior.org/
Represents experienced behaviour counsellors who, on referral from a veterinary surgeon, are able to treat the behaviour problems seen in companion animals.
http://www.apbc.org.uk/
Dedicated to bringing together researchers, students, and scientists at the intersection of several disciplines: animal behavior, endocrinology, neurosciences, and more.
http://www.sbne.org/
Directory of animal rescue groups, animal rights groups, companies against animal testing, pet goods and services.
http://www.allforanimals.com/
Focuses on the threat by animal rights extremists to stop medical research that benefits both human and animal health.
http://www.ampef.org/
BUAV - British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection - Campaigning to end animal experiments.
http://www.buav.org/
Provides information about the research policies of various charities, including lists of health charities that fund animal experiments.
http://www.charitiesinfo.org/
Offers information and links on promoting new guidelines for product testing.
http://www.leapingbunny.org/
Opposes experiments on animals, and sponsors and promotes alternative research.
http://www.iaapea.com/
Offers exposure to the Conditions in which laboratory primates are kept from the perspective of their caregivers and research technicians.
http://www.lpag.org/
Works to modernize medical research and promote human health. Concludes that animal experiments take desperately needed money but rarely contribute to human health.
http://www.mrmcmed.org/