Blog & Podcast

Podcast Episode 1: Professor Cathy Dwyer on Animal Behaviour and Welfare

Podcast Episode 1: Professor Cathy Dwyer on Animal Behaviour and Welfare 20/05/2020

Cathy Dwyer is Professor of Animal Behaviour and Welfare at Scotland’s Rural College and here she talks about the various aspects of her working life, from her super interesting research on areas such as maternal behaviour and mother-infant relationships, to her advisory roles to a number of influential bodies and her commitment to student teaching and research. Cathy describes how a pragmatic and evidenced-based approach can be used to bring about change in animal practices.

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Using Ethovision XT to assess feed attractability on the Pacific white shrimp

Using Ethovision XT to assess feed attractability on the Pacific white shrimp 11/05/2020

Guest blog by Guillermo Bardera, University of the West of Scotland.

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Tracksys during coronavirus outbreak

Tracksys during coronavirus outbreak 25/03/2020

What we can offer at this time.

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fNIRS workshop for ATSiP members

fNIRS workshop for ATSiP members 17/12/2019

Reflections of the ATSiP winter event.    

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Using video cameras to facilitate over-night observations of zoo animals

Using video cameras to facilitate over-night observations of zoo animals 06/09/2019

Guest blog by Ellen Williams at Nottingham Trent University.

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How to design a perfect lab

How to design a perfect lab 04/01/2019

Helpful ideas to create a research lab.

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Research using The Observer XT at the University of Dundee

Research using The Observer XT at the University of Dundee 01/10/2018

Research observations in neonates, foetuses and athlete hugs.

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Student learning by Alan Williams

Student learning by Alan Williams 20/08/2018

Guest post by Alan Williams at the University of Nottingham.

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Conferences 2018

Conferences 2018 21/06/2018

Find out where Tracksys are exhibiting this year.

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Measuring electrodermal activity

Measuring electrodermal activity 27/04/2018

Electrodermal activity for use in research.           

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