Welcome to the Campbell Centre for the Study of Animal Welfare, where we have been promoting the welfare of animals through research, education and outreach for over 30 years. With 11 core faculty, and upwards of 50 research associates who collectively advise nearly 60 graduate students at any given time, we continually contribute to the body of knowledge on improving animal welfare.



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The resilience observed in the enriched hens didn't seem to be the result of altered judgment bias - there could be… https://t.co/5prxk46B3E