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Moral values to achieve good scientific conduct

Our attributes and moral values shape who we are and what we become. While there are no unique moral values that are associated with conduct in scientific research, there are certainly value systems that are inherently required to a greater degree in order to achieve success in this field. 652 more words


Research Ethics

Ethics is a scary word. It relates to what is and what is not right, or morally just. The problem with ethics in research (or any area for that matter) is that individuals will have different standards as to what they deem right or wrong. 464 more words

Right or Wrong

So for the year ten school certificate, the last long answer question was on ‘ethics’. But being the cool kid I was, I didn’t study at all so of course I had no idea what ethics was. 490 more words


Why are ethics important in research?

Ethics are a subconsciously agreed upon set of moral guidelines that denote what is correct and incorrect behaviour in society. For research to be approved, it must be first put under scrutiny by a Research Ethics Committee (REC) to determine the potential risks involved as well as the effects on participants. 645 more words


Research Ethics. They're Important.

I like to think of myself as a fairly good person.

Sure, I might be a touch impatient sometimes, have a tendency to swear quite a lot and told a few lies in my time but I’ve never killed anyone, I’ve never stolen anything and I’ve never cheated (in both a relationship and an academic sense). 630 more words


A Lack of Ethics in Research creates a Monster (Study).

No matter what type of research you undertake, it is imperative you follow the code of ethics relevant to the particular field you are researching. ‘Doing the right thing’ by the project, those participating and society as a whole is of the utmost importance and apart of a researcher’s ethical obligation (Weerakkody 2008, p.73) . 544 more words

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International Summer School: Pluripotent Stem Cells

September, 28th – October, 2nd, 2015 

Studienhaus Gut Schönwag near Munich, Germany.

Deadline for submission of abstracts: 10th May 2015

The Institute Technology • Theology • Natural Sciences (TTN) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich organizes an international scientific summer school, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, on the subject:  569 more words