Difference: AcademicAndPersonalEthics (1 vs. 4)

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08 Mar 2020 - Main.ErkcanOzcan
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META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"
  1. Our team values diversity. We have experienced time and again that race, creed, sex, etc. do NOT make better scientists. We are aware of the inherent sexism in academia and we strongly oppose it.
  2. We value academic honesty. We are diligent in matters of plagiarism, giving credit where it is due, and data integrity.
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  • You hidden biases, be aware of their consequences, ie. "don't pretend that you are a fully objective measuring device, you are human"

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30 Dec 2019 - Main.ErkcanOzcan
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META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"
  1. Our team values diversity. We have experienced time and again that race, creed, sex, etc. do NOT make better scientists. We are aware of the inherent sexism in academia and we strongly oppose it.
  2. We value academic honesty. We are diligent in matters of plagiarism, giving credit where it is due, and data integrity.
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  1. We do not accept any behaviour that would damage a respectful working environment, no form of harassment, bullying, etc. are allowed.
  2. We consider ethical implications of our research in making decisions.
  3. We believe in academic freedom and its utmost importance for our world in the 21st century.
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  Here are a number of compulsory readings for newcomers to our team.
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  • How to engage public, ie. "facts are not enough to convince people; money can smear science"
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Revision 2
27 Jun 2017 - Main.ErkcanOzcan
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META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"
  1. Our team values diversity. We have experienced time and again that race, creed, sex, etc. do NOT make better scientists. We are aware of the inherent sexism in academia and we strongly oppose it.
  2. We value academic honesty. We are diligent in matters of plagiarism, giving credit where it is due, and data integrity.
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  1. We consider ethical implications of our research in making decisions.
  2. We believe in academic freedom and its utmost importance for our world in the 21st century.
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