October 23, 2014

Chinese and U.S. Researchers See Need for earlier Training in Research Ethics

(AAAS) – Enormous growth in research funding and scientific publishing in China is prompting unprecedented efforts to promote responsible research conduct in that country. But, globally, a “one-size-fits-all” approach to ethics training may not be sufficient, experts argued. Despite their … Read More

October 13, 2014

Grappling with the Angry-Making History of Human Subjects Research, Because We Need To.

(Scientific American) – Teaching about the history of scientific research with human subjects bums me out. Indeed, I get fairly regular indications from students in my “Ethics in Science” course that reading about and discussing the Nazi medical experiments and … Read More

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