Fostering the responsible use of residual biospecimens and data in medical research in the Netherlands
Residual tissues and other biospecimens, remaining after diagnosis and treatment, are widely used for subsequent research. About 2000 …
Research-creation (RC) is an emerging field at the interface between academic research and creative activities.
Researcher-creators, in their search for knowledge and innovation, combine scholarly investigation and artistic expression. This means that they have to satisfy requirements of dual expertise. But what if these requirements get into conflict? An how do researcher-creators deal with conflict in the light of responsible research conduct (RCR) and scientific integrity? In order to find out the University of Montreal (Canada) launched an international study on RCR issues and special challenges of RC. For more information take a look at the Responsible Research-Creation website.
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