Primate Info Net (PIN) is designed to cover the broad field of primatology, providing original content and links to resources about non-human primates in research, education and conservation. Through e-mail lists, Google Groups and other resources, PIN also supports an informal “primate information network” comprised of thousands of individuals around the world working with non-human primates. This is a new site and a work in progress: If you notice that something’s missing, would like to contribute, or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
You can also visit PIN Classic to view resources from the old website that we are working to incorporate into the new site. PIN is a community effort and we’d love to hear from you!
Finally, if you have a question about the primates… just ASK PRIMATE!
Learn about Callithrix jacchus, the common marmoset, while viewing a family of these New World monkeys through the WNPRC's interactive live webcam.
PRIMATES IN THE NEWS
Primates in the News aggregates community contributed articles on primates and primate research and shares popular primate news sites. An RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is available for use with your preferred news reader.
The PIN Factsheets Project is an ongoing effort to create a virtual "encyclopedia" of primates, providing information about primate species and topics such as research, care and welfare, pet ownership and more.
The International Directory of Primatology lists people and organizations currently active in primate research, education and conservation. Most are members of 'Primate-Science', a discussion group for those working in, or researching, primatology.
This section provides information to those considering (or pursuing) a career in primate research, education, conservation or veterinary medicine.
'The Primate Collection' brings together thousands of illustrations and photographs, forming the Nash Collection of Primates in Art & Illustration and the PrimateImages Collection of natural history photos.
Primate Info Net (PIN) is maintained by the Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with countless grants and contributions from others over time. Old content, if still available, is archived at PIN-Classic. PIN is an ever-growing community effort: if you’d like to contribute, or have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.