Good Scientific Practice

Sebastian Erdweg


Date: Wed, March 14, 2018
Time: 12:00
Room: HG.2.66 (Faculty of CEG)


“Science and the humanities are founded on integrity. It is one of the key principles of good scientific practice and therefore of every piece of research. Only science performed with integrity can ultimately be productive science and lead to new knowledge. On the other hand, a lack of integrity can represent a threat to science, destroying the confidence of researchers in each other and that of the public in science; research is unthinkable without this confidence.” [cited from Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice]


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