Could Non-Invasive Identification be Remarkable for LAS?

Is there an opportunity for new, non-invasive identification methods in your lab animal research? Opportunities to enhance lab animal welfare, and lab animal science, are constantly presenting themselves in new ways. Read entire story →

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Expert Tips for the Best Analgesic Plan in Animal Research

If you’re passionate about the well-being of your animal models, you have probably considered using an analgesic plan in your research. It’s an effective way to reduce and minimize pain in animal subjects.

What You Can Do Right Now to Implement and Advance the 3Rs

Refinement, Reduction, and Replacement are a key part of humane animal research and quality science. However, implementing 3Rs practices can be exceptionally challenging especially when working independently.

Dr. Norm Guilloud: Innovator in Lab Animal Science

Chances are that you’ve met, worked with, or heard of Laboratory Animal Science Pioneer, Norman B. Guilloud, DVM. No matter where your familiarity lies, Dr. Guilloud’s story is one worth telling and his dedication to animal welfare and scientific discovery is nothing less than remarkable.

2021 Year in Review Video

As 2021 comes to a close, we reflect on a year filled with rewarding experiences that brought us together and innovative solutions that help our community to improve life.

Promotions in North American Sales Organization

Supporting Allentown's growth and continued expansion as a global solutions provider, and reinforcing our unmatched commitment to our clients.

Keeping the Glass Half-Full

Glassware has been a staple of research laboratories for centuries. Indeed, the alchemist Maria Hebraica, who lived in the first century, is credited with the invention of the first distillation apparatus.

Allentown Partners with UID To Introduce Home Cage Monitoring

Allentown, LLC has partnered with Unified Information Devices (UID), the leading provider of radio-frequency identification (RFID) solutions.

Are We Contributing to the Reproducibility Crisis?

The US government spends over $30 billion dollars per year on biomedical research, and about half of the work published is questionable because it can’t be reproduced by others.

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