The G.E.N.E. Graduate School (EUR G.E.N.E.) and the Labex Who Am I? present a new workshop on Scientific misconduct: causes and consequences.
Professors Claude Forest and Jacques Haiech will share their take on the subject on May 26, 2021 – 5:30-7:30 PM

It is important to reflect on the way the current scientific ecosystem may sometimes lead to accommodations with reality. To be able to identify and act upon it, it is particularly important for the new generations of research stakeholders to be able to identify the patterns leading to misconduct and have a deeper understanding of the associated consequences.

The 2-hour workshop for G.E.N.E. and Who Am I? doctoral and Masters students will be online (Zoom) and free with mandatory registration.

Registration on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.fr/e/billets-gene-workshop-scientific-misconduct-causes-and-consequences-151171795911

 
 

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