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SBE 2020: Submission Detail

ID Number: 139
Title: Advancing Ethical Research Across Disciplines
Lead Author: Adamick, Jessica
Abstract: As digital environments engender new forms of research and collaboration, and as scientific discovery evolves, how can we equip scientists for the moral, ethical, and socio-political questions and dilemmas that this new landscape for research brings? Research ethics and the responsible conduct of research (RCR) will transform in tandem with this changing landscape over the course of the next ten years. This transformation is a grand challenge, not just to the disciplines of research ethics and RCR, but to all of science. This white paper will explore how RCR will change over the next ten years by observing the imperative questions and potential issues that RCR as a discipline must face, describing how infrastructure must facilitate learning and sharing across disciplines, how multiple parties are impacted by these questions, and how researchers both current and future will shape this new landscape.
PDF: Adamick_Jessica_139.pdf

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