A Social Science View on the FRAME Symposium: Identities and Networks

///A Social Science View on the FRAME Symposium: Identities and Networks

A Social Science View on the FRAME Symposium: Identities and Networks

Jean Harrington and Neil Stephens

This paper, written by two social scientists, presents a social science perspective on the issues raised at the FRAME symposium on Human Alternatives to Animal Studies. Drawing upon the authors’ experience of conducting research with stem cell scientists, issues around access to human tissue for in vitro uses are considered. The paper concludes by raising questions pertinent to both interested social scientists and the Three Rs agenda.
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