The Human-Animal Science

“The “Human-Animal Science” is registered in Denmark under the industry codes (Branchekode) 721900- Other research and experimental development in natural sciences and engineering; 855900- Other teachings: schools and courses, such as evening schools, day colleges, computer courses, and personal coaching, etc.

It follows a strict educational/scientific institution standard and results from over two decades of study, research, and on-field experience. This project became necessary to bring scientific clarity and critical thinking to the flooding of misinterpreted and ideological information in the animal field. We are open to all the individuals or entities that want to contribute through a solid synergy or other agreement to a necessary change in the area and bring inspiring insights to the new generations. Please, check below our mission, fields of expertise, and values.

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Roberto Barata
Human-Animal Science Institutor


Mission

  • To provide educational updated material with sound scientific facts and different perspectives and approaches to a specific subject through courses, multimedia, or other research publications.

  • To provide valuable practical models and techniques resulting from the authors’ empirical knowledge and practical experience through events, seminars, courses, or other material adapted to the audiences.

  • To provide online or presential scientific guidance, consulting, and advising services solutions to all the professionals in the animal field and subfields, including collaborative agreements with international institutions.

Fields of Expertise

  • Anthrozoology

  • Ethology | Neuroethology

  • Animal Science

  • Animal Behavior Modification

  • Animal Studies & Research

  • Animal Welfare & Bioethics

Values

  • Excellence: Pedagogical content with a high scientific standard due to many years of studies and continuous research transmits actual knowledge to society.

  • Respect: We promote a constructive and respectful debate as a way of learning, reflecting, and developing regardless of individuals’ social, cultural, religious, or moral standing.

  • Integrity: We maintain academic integrity independent of sponsorships and financing/outside interests. We exist solely with the revenue for our services.