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A new survey shoots down the idea that early-career researchers aresomehow more likely to be digital natives and therefore more apt to conduct computational social science than those whose PhDs were issued more than a decade ago.
This Ipsos MORI report presents the findings of a 2016 survey commissioned by the Office for Life Sciences to understand current public awareness of, and attitudes towards, the use of animals in research.