ALLEA Working Group E-Humanities will meet on 31 January.
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Bernt Hugenholtz, member of the ALLEA Permanent Working Group Intellectual Property Rights, to speak at the 3rd UN Open Science Conference.
TechEthos published a report on the ethical issues that need to be considered for three technology families: Digital eXtended Reality, neurotechnologies, and climate Engineering. In this Digital Salon interview, we speak with the lead author of the report, Dr Laurynas Adomaitis, on the ethical dilemmas inherent to emerging technologies.
The European Union was never intended to be a crisis manager, but should it play a more important role in tackling crises? Should it improve its strategic crisis management, and if so, how? What are the solutions supported by the latest scientific evidence? What ethical considerations should be taken into account in preparing for and managing crises?
This interactive and free webinar is for academics, policymakers of all levels, crisis management practitioners, as well as civil society and private sector representatives.
The policy recommendations from the Future of Science Communication 2.0 can now be found on the interactive portal documenting both the first virtual conference, held in June 2021, and FSCC 2.0. The portal includes keynote speeches, panel discussions, and short summaries and video snapshots of the four interactive workshops.
ALLEA Permanent Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights Internal Meeting will take place on 18 November 2022.
In this conversation with Dr Jessica Polka, Executive Director and Co-Founder of ASAPbio (Accelerating Science and Publication in biology), we talk about the productive use of preprints, as well as the critical role for transparent and open peer review in making research more accessible, diverse, inclusive and equitable.
What can labs do to reduce their climate impact? In this interview, we talk to Martin Farley, Europe’s first full-time sustainable laboratory specialist, to understand the challenges and opportunities in the quest to improve the environmental impact of laboratories, one of the most resource and energy intensive spaces in academia.