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Data Processing and Ethics in Science (June 15th-17th, 2014)


Organizer:
Verena Jantsch

Background

Scientific data is processed and interpreted. Does data processing lead to data manipulation? How does the scientific community define limits and borders? This workshop aims at defining scientific misconduct, at raising the awareness of scientific misconduct and defining the meaning/rules of good scientific practice with high ethical standards. In times when funding resources and job opportunities are limited, when the pressure on scientists rises due to constant evaluations we think it is particularly important to get exposed to those issues at an early stage of the career.

Objectives
  • To define good scientific practice
  • To define limits of data manipulation
  • To define scientific misconduct from different angles

Content of the workshop
  • Data handling and manipulation
  • Plagiarism
  • Sharing of published reagents

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