Research is usually considered as a public good which cannot tolerate breaches. The objective of the session is to raise awareness of the importance of research integrity in the practice of science, irrespective of discipline, level of responsibility or whether it is funded by the public or private sector.. This panel will use an international case study to discuss the principles and attitudes of the many actors involved when facing such cases. It will take an interactive step by step approach.
Jean-pierre ALIX – Mouvement Universel de la Responsabilité Scientifique (MURS) / EuroScience, Michèle LEDUC – CNRS COMETS, Asael ROUBY – FNR, Anne-Sophie GODFROY – University Paris-Est-Créteil & CNRS
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