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PostedJune 28, 2017 AT 10:27 AM
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
AAAS SCIENTIFIC FREEDOM AND RESPONSIBILITY AWARD
DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2017
The award recognizes scientists or engineers or their associations whose exemplary actions have fostered scientific freedom and responsibility. Such achievements can include acting to protect the public's health, safety or welfare; focusing public attention on important potential impacts of science and technology on society by their responsible participation in public policy debates; or establishing important new precedents in carrying out the social responsibilities or in defending the professional freedom of scientists and engineers.
While some of the awardees have risked their freedom and even physical safety by their actions, others are honored for activities that demonstrate their devotion to the values most honored in the scientific community. Additionally, although some award winners are distinguished scientists or scholars, this is not a ...
PostedJune 20, 2017 AT 3:40 PM
Tuesday, June 27, 1:30 - 5:10pm
Room 120, National Academy of Sciences Building
2101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC
Academic, business, and government leaders are developing fresh research strategies to promote innovation and discovery. Their shared goal, building off strong historical precedents, is to achieve the twin-win of breakthrough research and societal benefits. Fundamental research carefully linked to real-world problem contexts appears to produce stronger theories and more societally valuable results. The term Highly Integrative Basic and Responsive (HIBAR) Research conveys these ambitious aspirations.
Please join GUIRR for a half-day workshop to consider strategies to more reliably produce HIBAR research: (1) Partnerships with business and government (cities, counties, state, federal), as well as non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and (2) Policy changes to campus ...
A bibliography of guidelines, books, reports and journal articles looking at the use and ethical issues associated with big data in computer science, the information sciences, life and environmental sciences, and the social sciences.
Outlines the ethical standards of the AIBS, including issues of conflict of interest, working with colleagues, and respecting the intellectual property of others.
Published in 2008, this code of ethics seeks to provide guidance to the diverse members of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine. It covers issues of professional conduct, research ethics, education ethics, and business ethics.
“Public engagement with science describes intentional, meaningful interactions that provide opportunities for mutual learning between scientists and members of the public.” American Association for the Advancement of Science, Center for Public Engagement with Science and ...