May 19, 2021
After Katherine Roe and two of her fellow PETA scientists paid a visit to UMass Amherst about its cruel monkey experiments, the university went from enthusiastic to silent. The school would rather hang on to their federal grants worth millions--even if the science--based on animals--is unlikely to be of benefit to humans. Roe, the new director of the Science Advancement and Outreach Division talks with Emil Guillermo about the UMass Amherst case, and how it's an advantage when real scientists are leading the battle for change.
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(Originally published May 19, 2021).