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  1. AAAS Forum: Reproducibility in Science

    AAAS Forum on Science & Technology Policy Reproducibility in Science Washington, DC | May 1-2, 2014 A core value of science is the ability to reproduce the findings of others in order to check for methodological rigor, errors, plausible interpretations, and/or misconduct. However, for a …

  2. Sabotage is sometimes misconduct

    Last week’s issue of Science includes a news article about Magdalena Koziol, a researcher then at Yale, whose research was sabotaged by a colleague: Her transgenic fish kept dying. She did a little experiment: Koziol produced a new batch of fish and divided them in two groups. One she put in …

  3. "Supporting Mavericks"

    The title of this blog entry is also the title of a letter in last week’s issue of Science. The author of the letter, Peter Andrews of the Queensland University of Technology, responds to an earlier editorial (see sources, below). In his letter, Andrews acknowledges that the authors of the …

  4. "Teaching about ethics and the process of science using retracted publications"

    I came across this article via Science’s weekly feature, “Editors’ Choice” (see citations below). The paper itself is published in Journal of College Science Teaching, published by the National Science Teachers Association (NTSA). There’s a link offering free access to …

  5. Connecting Silos Curriculum Conference, May 2014

    I received this invitation via e-mail. – Ken We are most pleased to invite you to join us for our fourth annual Connecting Silos Curriculum Conference Wednesday and Thursday, May 28 & 29, at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Through our discussions and keynote addresses, we …

  6. 4 Articles on Research in the Chronicle

    The current issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education (February 14, 2014) has four interesting articles on research. Unfortunately, they are all behind a paywall. The short descriptions below are quoted from the online table of contents. The Global Battle
 for Pure Research by Ian Wilhelm …

  7. Special RCR issue of the Journal of Philosophy, Science & Law

    The Journal of Philosophy, Science & Law is “a peer reviewed, online forum for scientists, lawyers, philosophers, engineers, historians, sociologists, political scientists, and other interested scholars to express and exchange their views.” Special issue on the responsible conduct …

  8. APPE Research Ethics and Integrity Track

    For details on the annual meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE), see the annual meeting Web page. Promoting Research Integrity Workshop Thursday, February 27, 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. For details, see the PRI Web site. Kenneth D. Pimple, Ph.D., Poynter …

  9. Professional Ethics Report (Fall 2013) now available

    The latest issue of the newsletter of the AAAS Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program, Professional Ethics Report, is now available online in HTML and PDF formats. Professional Ethics Report Volume XXVI, Number 4, Fall 2013 Cover Story Laboratories Without Chimpanzees In the …

  10. Congratulations to the Online Ethics Center

    In 2013, the National Science Foundation issued Program Solicitation 13-558, “Onlnie Resource Center for Ethics Education in Science and Engineering (ORCEESE).” I learned this morning that the Online Ethics Center (OEC) for Engineering and Research, directed by Rachelle Hollander, has …

  11. Call for Proposals: Poynter Center Non-stipendiary Fellowship

    Update: The deadline for applications has been extended to February 10. The Poynter Center announces the opportunity for a non-stipendiary fellowship at the Center in academic year 2015. Scholars who are on sabbatical leave may apply for a non-stipendiary fellowship for fall 2014, spring 2015, the …

  12. Professional Ethics Report (Summer 2013) now available

    The latest issue of the newsletter of the AAAS Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program, Professional Ethics Report, is now available online in HTML and PDF formats. Professional Ethics Report Volume XXVI, Number 3, Summer 2013 Cover Story Collaborative International Research …

  13. Call for Proposals: International Center for Academic Integrity

    The 2013 annual meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics will be held in conjunction with the conference described below. It will be a tremendous opportunity to participate in both meetings. – Ken CALL FOR PROPOSALS INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR ACADEMIC INTEGRITY 2014 …

  14. Call for Papers: 2014 meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE)

    THE ASSOCIATION FOR PRACTICAL AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS ANNOUNCES THE Twenty-third Annual Meeting Hyatt Regency Jacksonville-Riverfront Hotel FEBRUARY 27-MARCH 2, 2014 Call for Papers and Presentations The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) is a comprehensive, international …

  15. Professional Ethics Report (Spring 2013) now available

    The latest issue of the newsletter of the AAAS Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program, Professional Ethics Report, is now available online in HTML and PDF formats. Professional Ethics Report Volume XXVI, Number 2, Spring 2013 Cover Story Defining the Right to Benefit from …

  16. Event: "Training Undergraduate Students in Research Ethics"

    This announcement was posted on Google+ yesterday by Claudia W. Scholz. I will give a presentation in the last of the 4 sessions, and I hope to participate in the rest. – Ken Training Undergraduate Students in Research Ethics An ACS Faculty Workshop Online Please spread the word about …

  17. Event: "AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition"

    Received via e-mail yesterday – Ken Dear Colleague: It is my pleasure to invite you to the upcoming meeting of the AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition, which will be held on July 11-12, 2013 at AAAS headquarters in Washington, DC. The Coalition is a network of more than 50 scientific and …

  18. Event: "What are They Thinking? Exploring the Adolescent Brain"

    Received via e-mail yesterday – Ken The American Association for the Advancement of Science & The Dana Foundation are pleased to invite you to the second in the 2013 series of public events on Neuroscience & Society What are They Thinking? Exploring the Adolescent Brain June 12, …

  19. Professional Ethics Report (Winter 2013) now available

    The latest issue of the newsletter of the AAAS Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program, Professional Ethics Report, is now available online in HTML and PDF formats. Contents Cover Story Scientists and Religious Communities: Investigating Perceptions, Building Understanding In the …

  20. Event: "Ethics and Research Leadership"

    Received via e-mail this morning – KDP Colleagues, In advance, thank you for your kind assistance in forwarding this announcement as widely as possible. This summer, a substantive educational event is being offered on research ethics. It is sponsored by the Society of Research Administrators …