Scientific Seminars

2016

June 

Tina Widowski,  The University of Guelph

Marketing vs science – who's really winning in the free range egg debate? - pdf  video presentation  narrated presentation

 

February 

Jo Edgar,  The University of Bristol

Empathy in animals - pdf  video presentation
 

2015

December 

John Webster,  The University of Bristol

Animal Welfare: Science, Values and Action - pdf  video presentation

 

October 

Peter Sandoe,  The University of Copenhagen

Love hurts - the dark side of human attachment to companion animals - pdf  video presentation
 
September 

David Mellor,  Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics Centre, Massey University

The onset of cognitively-based survival-critical behaviours in diffident groups of mammalian young - pdf  video presentation
 
June 
Zulkifli Idrus, Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Universiti Putra, Malaysia
 
Heat Shock Proteins as modifying factors in physiological stress responses - pdf  video presentation
 

2014

October 
Isabelle Veissier, INRA, France
 
Animal Welfare - Towards Transdisciplinarity - pdf  video presentation
Research at INRA - pdf  video presentation
 
September 
Dairy cow and calf welfare
 
Dan Weary, University of British Columbia
Cow comfort and lameness - pdf   video presentation
Farm size and animal welfare - pdf   video presentation
Understanding public views - pdf   video presentation
 
Andrew Fisher, AWSC, The University of Melbourne
Dairy cow welfare in new farm feeding systems - pdf   video presentation
 
Ellen Jongman, AWSC, The University of Melbourne
Feeding and transport of bobby calves - pdf   video presentation
 
 
March
People and Pets - Their behaviour and emotions
 
Sally Haynes - It’s a (shelter) dog’s life: Just how important is human contact?
 
Dennis Wormald - Measuring Anxiety in Dogs
 
Miranda Coffey - Food for thought – why do people feed stray cats?
 
Robert Holmes - The emotional lives of dogs - particularly those confined to backyards
Presentation - tba
Video Presentation - tba
 
Kevin Stafford - The welfare of dogs; what’s the problem?
 
 
Previous meetings

 

2013
April
“The prince, the rose and the fox: an ethic for animals and nature”
David Fraser, Professor, AW Program, University of British Columbia
 
February
 
AWSC / RSPCA Public Lecture
How happy does a happy animal have to be.............. (and how can we tell)?
James Yeates, Chief Veterinary Officer, RSPCA UK
 
 
Zoo Seminar Visitor-animal relationships in zoos

 

Sally Sherwen (PhD Student, AWSC, The University of Melbourne) outlined some of her research which is investigating the effect of visitors on zoo animals. Presentation   Video presentation

Vicky Melfi (Behavioural Biologist, Taronga Conservation Society) discussed human-animal bonds in the zoo environment. Presentation Video presentation

Rosie Martin (Taronga Conservation Society) presented some results from her Master’s research at Plymouth University (UK) which compared zoo animal behaviour in the presence of familiar and unfamiliar people. (tba)

Roger Rassool (School of Physics, The University of Melbourne) demonstrated some practical applications that his group has developed which will be of assistance in remotely observing animal behaviour. Presentation   Video presentation

Grahame Coleman (AWSC, The University of Melbourne) reviewed the interactions between zoo animal behaviour and human attitudes. Presentation   Video presentation

Andrew Tribe (CAWE, University of Queensland) gave a presentationfocussing on how visitors view the captive environment. Presentation   Video presentation

Katie Pahlow (Director, Visitor & Community Development, Zoos Victoria) outlined Zoos Victoria programs which target visitors’ attitudes to assist in wildlife conservation. Presentation   Video presentation

 
2012

July

Dairy seminar

Neil Chesterton, VET Services, Inglewood, NZ
Video presentation https://vimeo.com/46466022
 
Jeremy Skuse, AWSC
 
Neil Aird, NCDEA
Video presentation https://vimeo.com/46466021

 

June

Paul B. Thompson
W. K. Kellogg Chair in Agricultural, Food and Community Ethics
Michigan State University, USA.
 

March

Peter Sandøe
Professor of Bioethics
University of Copenhagen
Denmark
 
Video presentation http://www.vimeo/awsc
 
Professor David J Mellor
Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics Centre
Massey University, NZ
 
Video presentation  http://www.vimeo.com/awsc
 
 
 
 
2011
November
Public Trust
Speakers:
Siobhan O'Sullivan, Research Fellow in the School of Social & Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne
 
Charlie Arnot, CEO Center for Food Integrity
 
Video Presentations http://www.vimeo.com/awsc
 
July
Animal welfare - Drivers and assessment
Speakers:
Grahame Coleman, Animal Welfare Science Centre, School of Psychology and Psychiatry, Monash University: “Monitoring stockpeople attitudes and their relationship with animal welfare”
Ellen Jongman, Animal Welfare Science Centre, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria: “Welfare assessment of dairy cows and how it may be used to benchmark their welfare”
Kirsty Richards, Chris Richards & Associates, Bendigo, Victoria: “Welfare QA (PigCare) in the Australian pig industry - Does it deliver?”
Video Presentations http://www.vimeo.com/awsc

February
Animal welfare research indicators and welfare outcome indicators on farm and at slaughter
Don Broom, Professor of Animal Welfare, Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge, UK
Video Presentations http://www.vimeo.com/awsc

 

2010
November
Animal Welfare Symposium - The Ohio State University

October
Australian Poultry Welfare Research Seminar
Speakers: Paul Hemsworth (Director, AWSC, The University of Melbourne), Phil Glatz (SARDI), Joanna Engel (AWSC, The University of Melbourne), Greg Cronin (The University of Sydney), Lauren Edwards, (AWSC, The University of Melbourne) and Peter Groves (The University of Sydney)
Abstracts
Presentations
Video Presentations http://www.vimeo.com/awsc

September
Alternative Farrowing Systems - identifying the gaps in knowledge
Speakers: Paul Hemsworth (ASWC, The University of Melbourne), Greg Cronin (AWSC, The University of Sydney), Emma Baxter (Scottish Agricultural College), Sandra Edwards (Newcastle University), Melina Tensen (RSPCA Australia), Rebecca Morrison (Rivalea Australia).
Abstracts
Video Presentations http://www.vimeo.com/awsc

Animal Welfare Education - why, what and how? 
- Bureau of Animal Welfare Presentation
Alistair Lawrence, Scottish Agricultural College, UK.
Video Presentation http://www.vimeo.com/awsc

July
AWSC Pig Welfare Seminar
Speakers: Paul Hemsworth (Director, AWSC, The University of Melbourne), Greg Cronin (The University of Sydney), Graeme Pope (Rural Solutions SA), Prof Knut Bøe (Norwegian University of Life Sciences), Rebecca Morrison, (Rivalea Australia), A/Prof Inger Lise Andersen (Norwegian University of Life Sciences), Kathleen Plowman (Australian Pork Limited), Roger Campbell (Pork CRC)
Abstracts
Video Presentations http://www.vimeo.com/awsc

June
AWSC Student Presentations
Abstracts

April
Pain and Slaughter
Prof David Mellor, Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics Centre, Massey University, NZ

February
Building better dogs: using what we've learned about genetic and experiential effects on dog behaviour to improve dog welfare
Speakers: Paul McGreevy (Univ. Sydney), Mike Goddard (Univ Melb), Pauleen Bennett, (AWSC, Monash), Kate Schoeffel (AAPDB) and students of the AWSC
Abstracts
Video Presentations http://www.vimeo.com/awsc

2009
August
Animal welfare issues and RD&E requirements
Speakers: Prof. Grahame Coleman (AWSC, Monash University), Dr. Pauleen Bennett (AWSC, Monash University), Prof. James Kinder (AWSC, The Ohio State University, USA), Prof. Paul Hemsworth (AWSC, The University of Melbourne), Assoc. Prof. Andrew Fisher (AWSC, The University of Melbourne), Prof. Alan Tilbrook (AWSC, Monash University), Dr. Ellen Jongman (AWSC, DPI Victoria)

July
Reducing livestock stress during handling in yards, lairage & transport
Dr Temple Grandin, Professor of Animal Science, Colorado State University, USA

June
Theme: Assessing Animal Welfare
What cognitive abilities are indispensable for experiencing welfare?
Prof Berry Spruijt (University of Utrecht, Netherlands) 

Using physiology and behaviour to assess welfare in farm animals: research of the United States Department of Agriculture
Dr Don Lay (Research Leader, Livestock Behavioural Research Unit, USDA, USA)

Theme: Dairy Welfare
Improved detection of lameness in dairy cows
Jeffrey Rushen (Research Scientist, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada)

Feeding behaviour and weaning of milk-fed dairy calves
Anne Marie de Passille, Research Scientist, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

May
Theme: Hen Welfare
Urges, needs, preferences & priorities – coming to terms with the welfare of the laying hen
Prof. Tina Widowski, University of Guelph, Canada

An Australian perspective on EU layer hen housing
Mr. Philip Szepe, Kinross Farm, Victoria

March
Effects of Handling Procedures and Transport Conditions on Welfare and Meat Quality of Pigs
Prof. Tina Widowski, University of Guelph, Canada

2008

Presentations:

October

The role of electroencephalography in animal welfare research
Craig Johnson, Massey University
 
Physiological aspects of humane killing in animals
David Adams

August

Animal companions for life

Speakers:

July

Dairy cow welfare: Solutions for current problems

John Webster, Emeritus Professor of Animal Husbandry, The University of Bristol, UK

May

Ian McCauley, DPI Victoria 
 
 
 

March

Theme: Duty of Care
Alistair Lawrence Head of Animal Welfare, Scottish Agricultural College, UK.
 
Public education
Grahame Coleman, AWSC,  School of Psychology, Psychiatry & Psychological Medicine, Monash University
 
Prof Clive Phillips, Centre for Animal Welfare & Ethics
 
2007
December

AWSC Companion Animal Research

November
Theme: Government Agencies’ philosophies, priorities & programs on Animal Welfare
 “BAW’s philosophy, priorities & programs”
Steve Tate, Bureau of Animal Welfare
 
Robert Baker, Primary Industries & Resources SA
 
Allan Sheridan, DAFF
 
September
Theme: Animal Welfare Research Groups’ philosophies, priorities & programs on Animal Welfare
 “AWSC’s philosophy, priorities & programs”
Paul Hemsworth, Animal Welfare Science Centre
 
Clive Phillips, Centre for Animal Welfare & Ethics
 
Andrew Fisher , CSIRO, Armidale.
 
Welfare Research at The Ohio State University
Dr Naomi Botheras, Ohio State University, USA
 
August
Dr John Barnett, AWSC, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria.
 
 July
Theme: Animal Welfare Groups’ philosophies, priorities & programs on Animal Welfare
 “RSPCA Animal Welfare Philosophy & Policies”
Hugh Wirth, RSPCA (Vic)
 
Glenys Oogjes, Animals Australia
 
Carole De Fraga, Compassion in World Farming
 
June
Theme: Industries’ philosophies, priorities & programs on Animal Welfare
“APL Animal Care”
Kathleen Plowman, Australian Pork Ltd
 
 David Witcombe, Australian Egg Corp Ltd
 
Helen Dornom, Dairy Australia
 
Animal Welfare Priorities and Programs for Extensively Raised Sheep
Joan Lloyd, Australian Wool Innovation
 
Theme: Preference Testing
Ken Smith, Ohio State University
 
March
Theme: Personality
Bob Kilgour
 
"Measuring Personality in dogs"
Jacqui Ley , AWSC, Monash University
 
February
"Birth and hatching: key events in the onset of awareness in the lamb and chick"
Prof. David Mellor.
 
2006
November
"Road transport of cattle - effects of journey duration and loading practices"
Dr Andrew Fisher, CSIRO Livestock Industries, Armidale.
 
Theme: AWSC Pig Science Meeting
"The welfare of gestating sows in conventional stalls & in large groups on deep litter"
Bronwyn Stevens, AWSC, The University of Melbourne
 
"Injuries in breeding sows"
 Marcus Karlen, AWSC, The University of Melbourne
 
"National Pig Code - current situation"
Dr Steve Tate.
 
Prof. Linda Keeling.
 
October
Theme: Sheep Welfare in Australia
"Quantified estimates of risk factors for post-weaning mortality in merinos"
Dr. Angus Campbell, McKinnon project, The University of Melbourne
 
"Lifetime wool project"
Dr. Ralph Behrendt.
 
September
Theme: Dairy Cattle Welfare
"Time Budgets for Dairy Cattle - welfare impacts"
Dr. Naomi Botheras, Ohio State University, USA
 
"Behavioural development in dairy calves"
Dr. Mariko Lauber, AWSC, Department Primary Industries, Victoria
 
August
Theme: International Developments in Animal Welfare
 "Animal Welfare Developments - research and extension at Ohio State"
Dr. Jim Kinder, Ohio State University, USA
 
"Animal Health and Welfare Developments Overseas: Recent USA/UK tour"
Dr. Peter Bailey
 
July
Theme: Animal Welfare in the extensive Sheep Industries
'Lifetime Wool Project'
Andrew Thompson.
 
'Mulesing'
Adele Arnold, AWSC, The University of Melbourne
'McKinnon Project'
 Angus Campbell, McKinnon project, The University of Melbourne
 
June
Theme: Welfare Methodology
"Anticipation cognitive aspects and awareness."
Prof Berry Spruijt, University of Utrecht, Netherlands.
 
"Welfare methodology aligning the functional and preference approaches to welfare assessment"
Paul Hemsworth, AWSC, University of Melbourne.
 
May
Theme: Latest research in the poultry industry (animal behaviour and welfare)
"Welfare of birds in furnished cages"
 Dr John Barnett, Principal Scientist, Department of Primary Industries Victoria.
 
"The latest developments in relation to beak trimming"
Dr Phil Glatz, Senior Research Scientist, PIRSA, South Australia.
 
“An understanding of nesting behaviour"
 Dr Greg Cronin, statewide leader, Animal Welfare, Department of Primary Industries Victoria.
 
April
Theme: Pain assessment
Speakers: Professor David Mellor, Animal Welfare Science, Applied Physiology and Bioethics, Director of the Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics Centre, Massey University, New Zealand.
Dr Ross Young, Senior Lecturer - Department of Physiology, Monash University.  
 
March
Theme: Conflict and compatability: issues in animal production in relation to housing.
 "Animal housing, nutrition, health, welfare and food safety"
Professor Lee Johnson, QAF Meat Industries.
 
"Organic farming and animal welfare"
Professor Kevin Stafford, Applied Ethology and Animal Welfare, Director of Postgraduate Studies, Massey University, New Zealand.
 
2005
July
Theme: Animal Ethics
Dr John Hodges, Author and speaker on food and agriculture, genetics and ethics.
Dr Neil Levy, Research Fellow with the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics.
 
May
Theme: Latest research in the poultry industry (animal behaviour and welfare)
"Welfare of birds in furnished cages"
 Dr John Barnett, Principal Scientist, Department of Primary Industries Victoria.
 
"The latest developments in relation to beak trimming"
Dr Phil Glatz, Senior Research Scientist, PIRSA, South Australia.
 
“An understanding of nesting behaviour"
 Dr Greg Cronin, statewide leader, Animal Welfare, Department of Primary Industries Victoria.
 
April
Theme: Pain assessment
Speakers: Professor David Mellor, Animal Welfare Science, Applied Physiology and Bioethics, Director of the Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics Centre, Massey University, New Zealand.
Dr Ross Young, Senior Lecturer - Department of Physiology, Monash University. 
 
March
Theme: Conflict and compatability: issues in animal production in relation to housing.
 "Animal housing, nutrition, health, welfare and food safety"
Professor Lee Johnson, QAF Meat Industries.
 
"Organic farming and animal welfare"
Professor Kevin Stafford, Applied Ethology and Animal Welfare, Director of Postgraduate Studies, Massey University, New Zealand.
 
February
Theme: Public perceptions
"Public perceptions and animal welfare"
Professor Grahame Coleman, Department Head, School of Psychology, Monash University
 
"Understanding the relative importance of animal welfare as a credence attribute of food products in International markets".
 Emma Coath, Department of Primary Industries, Food Industry Project Manager, Agribusiness.
 
2004
November
Housing and the welfare of gestating sows
Dr John Barnett , AWSC, Department of Primary Industries
 
Guille Karlen , Masters student, AWSC, The University of Melbourne
 
September
Dairy cow behaviour, productivity & welfare
Adele Arnold , AWSC, The University of Melbourne
 
Naomi Botheras, AWSC, The University of Melbourne
Professor Clive Phillips
 
Horse Welfare
Speakers: Naomi Pearson ( Dr Ellen Jongman
Dr Andrew McLean
 
Special Presentation - Tail docking in dairy cows
Dr Ian Duncan, University of Guelph, Canada
 
July
Theme: Welfare assessment
Dr Laura Green, Ecology and Epidemiology Group, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Warwick
Professor Paul H. Hemsworth. Director, Animal Welfare Science Centre, Werribee
 
May
Theme: Dogs
"Introduction: dog welfare"
Dr. Pauleen Bennett, Monash University.
 
"Dogs in shelters - effects of the initial 8 day isolation period"
Lauren Hemsworth,  Monash University.
 
"Dog morphology, communication and behaviour - studies for PhD"
Kevin Kerswell, The University of Melbourne.
 
"An investigation of factors affecting the success of canine adoptions from animal welfare shelters"
Linda Marston, Monash University.
 
2003
June
Theme: Fish
"Fish Legislation - Victoria"
Dr Steve Tate, Director, Bureau of Animal Welfare
 
"When do we stop worrying about animal suffering? - Do fish feel pain?"
Dr Neville G. Gregory, Research Scientist, SARDI
 
"Fish Care"
Mr Ray Page, Executive Officer, VRFish,
 
November 
Theme: Welfare QA and public attitudes to animal welfare
“Welfare QA in the pig industry”
Dr. John Barnett , Department Primary Industries, Werribee.
 
“Public attitudes to animal welfare, their influence on the individual and how do we assess them”
Professor Grahame Coleman, AWSC, Department of Psychology, Monash University.
 
2002
January
Theme: Dairy Cattle
Speakers: Dr Jeff Rushen and Dr.Anne Marie de Passille(Dairy and Swine R&D Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada),  David Mellor (Massey University, NZ), Dr. Lindsay Matthews (Animal Behaviour and Welfare Centre, Ruakura, NZ) and Jacob Malmo (Maffra Vet Clinic).
 
May
Theme: Plant toxins and their effects on livestock
"Plant-associated toxins: blindness, liver damage, convulsions, respiratory distress and death."
Dr Steven Colegate, Plant Toxins Research Group, CSIRO, Geelong
 
 
"Ryegrass staggers - more than just a case of the jitters."
Dr Colin Scrivener, University of Melbourne, Werribee
 
 
Follow-up information on the Autumn 2002 Perennial Ryegrass Toxicosis - The following information has been provided with the permission of the authors of the articles (Dr Kevin Reed, Dr Katrina Rainsford, Dr Dion Borg and Dr Leo Cummins; Department of Primary Industries, Pastoral and Veterinary Institute, Hamilton, Victoria). We gratefully acknowledge the authors and the Grassland Society of Victoria for allowing us to place this information on the AWSC website.
2001
February
Theme: Poultry
"Poultry welfare and other farm animal issues in Europe"
Professor Don Broom (Colleen Macleod Professor of Animal Welfare at the University of Cambridge)
 
"Changes in the egg industry resulting from the recommendations by the State/Territory Agriculture Ministers"
Dr. John Barnett Department of Primary Industries, Victoria, Werribee
 
"Initiatives in the Victorian egg industry to meet the ARMCANZ recommendations"
Ms. Meg Parkinson (President of the Victorian Farmers Federation egg group)
 
March
Theme: Companion Animals (Dogs and Cats)
"Child/companion-animal attachment in families"
Professor Grahame Coleman (Psychology, Monash University)
 
"Human and animal abuse: The cruelty connection"
Dr. Eleonora Gullone (Psychology, Monash University)
 
"Dogs and cats in the community - seeking a better understanding of community attitudes in order to facilitate legislative compliance and development of Government policy and programs"
Ms. Neva Van de Kuyt (Masters student, University of Melbourne & Bureau of Animal Welfare)
 
May
"Working with wildlife: perspectives of a veterinarian and a lawyer"
Professor John Cooper and Mrs Margaret Cooper (UK)
 
"Cell culture of nociceptors: towards develompent of high through-put screening assays for primary repellents"
Dr. Larry Clarke (USDA, National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA)
 
June
Theme: Companion Animals studied in PhD projects
"Behaviour and welfare of dogs in suburban backyards"
Amanda Kobelt, PhD student, University of Melbourne. 
 
"Classical, operant and observation learning in horses: implications for training"
Andrew McLean, PhD student, University of Melbourne.
 
"Protocol - A study of horse ownership, management and welfare in Victoria"
Naomi Pearson, Masters student, University of Melbourne and the Bureau of Animal Welfare.
 
October
Theme: Future Welfare Issues
Speakers:  Ms. Glenys Oogjes (Animals Australia), Mr. Richard Hunter (RSPCA), Dr. David Skerman (Meat Livestock Australia), Dr. Stephen Tate (Bureau of Animal Welfare, Victoria)
 
November
Workshop on dog aggression to humans
Analysis of the Victorian data collected by the MUARC
Karen Ashby (Monash University Accident Research Centre)
 
Analysis of BAW data on dog bites in public places
John McCrory (Bureau of Animal Welfare)
 
A council perspective on the scope of the problem
Russell McMurray (Municipal Association of Victorian)
 
"Causation of dog aggression to humans - Dog characteristics."
Kath Champness (University of Melbourne) - Genetics
 
Ontogeny, learning and the immediate environment
Paul Hemsworth (University of Melbourne & DPI Werribee)
 
"Causation of dog aggression to humans - Human characteristics."
Grahame Coleman (Monash University)
Human behaviour
Pauline Bennett (Monash University)
 
2000
March
Theme: Dogs
"Dog attacks in public places"
Ms. Neva Van de Kuyt (Bureau of Animal Welfare)
 
"A study of the welfare implications of an anti-barking device for dogs"
Dr Greg Cronin Department of Primary Industries, Victoria, Werribee
 
Briefing on two new research projects "The behaviour and welfare of dogs in suburban backyards" and "A preliminary assessment of the welfare of pigs in outdoor pig production"
Professor Paul Hemsworth, AWSC, The University of Melbourne
 
May
Theme: Intensive industries - research
"Poultry housing and welfare in Europe"
Dr John Barnett, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria, Werribee.
 
"Deep litter housing for growing pigs: some of the important components of the system affecting pig behaviour and performance"
Ms. Rebecca Sargent, PhD student, University of Melbourne.
 
July
Theme: Research in the dairy and pork industries and the stockperson
Proposed ARC project "Pain and induced calving in dairy cows"
Dr Ellen Jongman, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria, Werribee
 
Current (1999-2001) PRDC Project - "A handling training program for pig handlers at abattoirs"
"Abattoir stockperson behaviour, pig fear and meat quality"
Professor Paul Hemsworth, Agriculture Victoria and University of Melbourne
 
"Attitudes and behaviour of abattoir stockpeople towards pigs"
Professor Grahame Coleman, Monash University
 
September
"Human-horse relationships - factors affecting the relationship and its implication for the horse"
Eva Sondergaard (PhD student, Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences)
 
October
Protocol - "Evaluation of stall dimensions for pregnant female pigs" (Current PRDC project)
Dr John Barnett, Department of Primary Industries, Victoria, Werribee.
 
Protocol - "A study of the relative aversiveness of electronic training collars for dogs" (Proposed commercial project)
Professor Paul Hemsworth, Department of Primary Industries and The Universtiy of Melbourne.
 
Report and open discussion on the current status of the Layer Hen Review (ARMCANZ)
Dr. Steve Tate, Bureau of Animal Welfare.
 
November
Theme: Induced calving in the dairy industry
"Induced calving: situation in the Australian dairy and the future of the practice"
Dr. Jock Macmillan, The Universtiy of Melbourne.
 
"Effects of induced calving on cow health"
Dr. Jakob Malmo, Maffra Veterinary Clinic.
 
"Effects of induced calving on cow reproduction"
Dr. John Morton, Agriculture Victoria.
 
"The RSPCA view on induced calving"
 Dr. Onn Ben-David, RSPCA.
 
For information on meetings prior to 2000, contact the Animal Welfare Science Centre
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