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Lions, leopards and muskoxen: A (very) lighthearted look at the ups, downs, ins and outs of a postdoctoral career through the eyes of two zoologists
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27 Mar 2013 | Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Matt W. Hayward, Adam J. Munn
This paper arose out of a seminar series for the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales' 2006 student forum and workshop, "From the Horse's Mouth: Career Insights from Working Zoologists".The …
Exotic pets invade the United States ecosystems: legislative failure and a proposed solution
31 Aug 2012 | Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Robert Brown
http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ilj/vol81/iss2/6/ United States37.09024-95.71289100000001 2006 Indiana Law Journal 81 2 Indianapolis, IN39.7685155-86.15807359999997 en text en
One health one medicine one world: Co-joint of animal and human medicine with perspectives, a review
05 Apr 2012 | Journal Articles | Contributor(s): C Mersha, F Tewodros, Anjum Sherasiya (editor)
Human and veterinary medicine have many commonalities. The split into distinct disciplines occurred at different times in different places. In Europe, the establishment of the first veterinary …
Cognitive relatives yet moral strangers?
25 Feb 2012 | Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Judith Benz-Schwarzburg, Andrew Knight
This article provides an empirically based, interdisciplinary approach to the following two questions: Do animals possess behavioral and cognitive characteristics such as culture, language, and a …