COPE Council member Mirjam Curno is invited to participate in the discussion "Developing an ethical framework for non-medical sciences". This is the first discussion within the framework of the PRO-RES project.
The event will be the first discussion within the framework of the PRO-RES project. The aim is to look further into the role of funders in promoting ethical research and how the EU may promote ethics and integrity in research, fostering a dialogue between policymakers and the research community.
The PRO-RES project is funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020 and aims to PROmote integrity in the use of RESearch results by developing a Guidance Framework that fosters the highest standards of research ethics and scientific integrity covering non-medical sciences.