The Buchtelite

Animal testing at UA

Students in a Biology ll lab inject hormones into a crayfish to manipulate stress levels in an experiment.

By Kristina Aiad-Toss, News Writer

April 8, 2015

  Unknown to many students, there is a three-story, 14,600 square-foot animal research vivarium in UA’s Auburn Science and Engineering Center. It will soon undergo a $1 million renovation; bid information for the project was placed online two weeks ago. Multiple disciplines and colleges...