The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues just released Gray Matters: Integrative Approaches for Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society (Volume 1). The report “is the first set of recommendations from the Bioethics Commission in response to a request from President Obama to review the ethical issues associated with the conduct and implications of neuroscience research.” The...
Plagiarism Education Week: From Copying to Critical Thinking is a virtual conference hosted by Turnitin and other sponsors. There are daily webcasts throughout the week featuring educators and educational experts sharing ideas and best practices to prevent plagiarism.
Resources addressing plagiarism are available on the UNH Research Office website as well as on the UNH Dimond Library website.
The editors of The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters provided in a recent issue a guide to appropriate citation which may be useful for researchers at all career stages. The editors discuss the importance of selecting and citing references correctly, the impact of cited references on published research, and how to respond to reviewers’ suggestions for references.
This is a reminder about the upcoming training in the ethical and responsible conduct of research. This training is open to any member of the UNH community and fulfills the National Science Foundation (NSF) RCR training mandate and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) RCR requirement.
The training opportunity involves two components...
The University of Southern Maine’s Office of Research Integrity and Outreach (ORIO) is holding its 6th Annual Research Integrity Symposium on Friday, May 23 in Saco, Maine. The 2014 Research Integrity Symposium will provide attendees an opportunity to examine current hot topics in the field of research and to network with professionals from:
Institutional Review Boards