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The National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology

  1. Summary

    Summary Research ethics The concept of "research ethics" refers to a broad set of standards, values, and institutional arrangements that contribute to constituting and regulating research activities. These include the duty of honesty in

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  2. Science and technology

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  3. Whistleblowing and ethical responsibility

    On occasion, conflicts may arise between the individual researcher and a senior or an authority. This is particularly problematic when the conflict arises because the researcher regards it as his or her ethical duty to act as a whistleblower,

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  4. The National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology (NENT)

    The National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology (NENT) Area of expertise: research ethics in science and technology, industry-, agriculture-, and fishery research, as well as the parts of bio- and genetic research not covered

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  5. Dissemination of research to the general public

    Since research fulfils different functions, and researchers also have a general social responsibility, research dissemination and participation in relevant societal debates should be a routine part of research activity.<br><br>Institutions

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  6. Foreword

    These guidelines for research ethics were prepared by the National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology (NENT) in 2007 and revised in 2015. The guidelines supplement existing international guidelines on research ethics.[1] In

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