EMBO is increasingly involved in work to understand the parameters of the responsible conduct of research and how best to provide this information to scientists. Our work focuses on the activities of scientists at the bench or computer, issues of research integrity in the writing and publication of research results, and the roles of scientists in society.
TRAINING in Research Integrity
In-person training - EMBO offers in-person training to its Long-Term Fellows and Young Investigators during their annual meetings. In 2016:
On-line training - The Science Policy Programme was involved in the development of an on-line training course on responsible integrity, which is available free of charge to EMBO Members, Fellows, and Young Investigators.
Talks and sessions on Research Integrity
Assuring responsible conduct in researchers' day-to-day work - Session at the 5th World Conference on Research Integrity, Amsterdam, 30 May 2017
A selection of past events:
Selective Publication and the Replicability Crisis – Session on Research Integrity at The EMBO Meeting, 12 September 2016, Mannheim, Germany
Special session on Research Integrity at The EMBO Meeting, 6 September 2015, Birmingham, UK
World Conferences on Research Integrity (WCRI)
EMBO has been involved in the World Conferences on Research Integrity since their beginning in 2007.
The 5th World Conference on Research Integrity will take place in Amsterdam, 28-31 May, 2017
San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment DORA – EMBO is one of the signatories of an international declaration calling on the world scientific community to eliminate the role of the journal impact factor (JIF) in evaluating research for funding, hiring, promotion, or institutional effectiveness.
Science Policy lecture grants – Talks on Research Integrity are included in the funding scheme.
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