Rune Nydal
Rune Nydal
Associate professor Programme for applied ethics, Norwegian university of science and technology.
Joined OEC on 06/30/2017
Rune Nydal is an associate professor at the Programme for Applied Ethics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. He have been investigating the ELSA strategy of “integrated” or “collaborative” projects in a number of ELSA projects in particular the Crossover research projects focusing on research infrastructures for systems biology. Nydal teaches research ethics and the ethics of science and technology. He is a member of The National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology (NENT). He co-edited The Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics in the period 2006-2013, and have been coordinated the ELSA Norway network since 2013.
  • Commentary on Research Ethics and the Norwegian Oil Industry: Nydal
    Added 1/5/2018 10:37 AM

    This case illustrates a role ethical committees may play as a catalyst for public debates. NENT was established in 1990 as one of three independent committees by the Norwegian government, and the Ministry of Education appoints the members ( One objective is to stimulate better, more informed, public debate on research ethical issues. How can a committee make this happen? ...

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