Horizon 2020 subsidy for research into scientific integrity goes to Radboud University

Last modified: May 21, 2017

Hub Zwart and Willem Halffman (Philosophy and Science studies, Radboud University Nijmegen) receive a two million subsidy from the EU-programme Horizon 2020 for research into scientific integrity. They lead an international team of researchers from seven European countries. First they will do an inventory on available ethics codes in Europe, and on how these are handled by research institutions and scientific journals. Development of teaching materials about ethical dilemmas and casuistry will also be part of the project.
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