Ethics and Trust in Science

Ethics sessions are key elements of AgreenSkills annual meeting agendas. These sessions deal with very broad and varied aspects of the ethical issues related to research and the ethical dilemmas that scientific researchers may face. This year, the Ethic session was linked to the Open Science session by addressing topics such as integrity and misconduct in scientific publications (D Fanelli), ethics and open access (M Giordano), trust in science and expertise (N. van den Broek-Honingh & B. Bensaude-Vincent). The documents are accessible here by clicking on the icons.

As usual, these talks on Ethics and Integrity in research are built on key talks and sequences of free discussions in small groups. This session was spread over two days and was chaired by M Giordano, Chair of the Ethic Commission.


You can learn more about the speakers and find their presentation (PDF and video) by clicking below.

Is science facing a crisis or an opportunity
2019 / T1 Integrity,T7 Publication / by Daniele Fanelli / Training session
Public trust in science: the Dutch case
2019 / T1 Integrity,T2 Ethics / by Nelleke van den Broek-Honingh / Training session
Public trust in science and distrust of experts
2019 / T2 Ethics / by Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent / Training session
Does open science needs an ethical framework
2019 / T2 Ethics,T7 Publication / by Magda Giordano / Training session
Giordano.pdf.pdf 34.83 MB