6 DEC 2019

During an international symposium on scientific practice that was convened at Coburg University on 11 and 12 November 2019, Path2Integrity held a workshop entitled "Path2Integrity – Learning how to argue for good research practice". The participants – educators and instructors from various academic disciplines who regularly teach bachelor and master students – promote and train scientific work in various topics, such as academic writing, working with reference...

3 DEC 2019

The "Fourth Industrial Revolution and its ethical impacts" congress took place on 21 and 22 November 2019 in Madrid, Spain. The event was co-organized by Path2Integrity, the European Women Lawyers Association, the Global Leadership Academy implemented by GIZ and the Conference of INGO of the Council of Europe, with the support of the Spanish Government and the Ministry of Science and Universities. Welcoming 63 speakers from 23 countries, the congress focused on social...

18 NOV 2019

Infographics summarising main discussion points from the meeting. Credit: Holly Draws Path2Integrity organised in a mini-conference on teaching Research Integrity that took place on 29 October in Brussels, Belgium, and welcomed more than 80 stakeholders, members from different faculties, representatives of research ethics committees and research integrity offices. The event was held following the final conference of the Horizon 2020 project ENERI (European Network of Research Ethics and...

7 NOV 2019

With the Path2Integrity learning cards for Research Integrity, secondary school students and bachelor students, master students and young researchers are sensitised for the topic and get to learn what it means that good research is based on honesty. Through the use of the dialogical method, students actively deal with Research Integrity questions in roleplay and storytelling. They engage in real-life examples and acquire competencies that are necessary for the development and use of...

6 NOV 2019

"With our Path2Integrity campaign, we hope to bring awareness to the topic in schools, colleges and universities in at least 15 European countries. We will use flyers, infographics, flash cards, posters and brochures," - says our coordinator Prof Julia Prieß-Buchheit in a recent interview for the Kiel University magazine and the local newspaper Kieler Nachrichten. The article, featuring interviews with Prof Prieß-Buchheit, Coburg University and Nicolaus Wilder,...

23 OCT 2019

About 3000 participants from all over the world were discussing the question what education should look like in times of uncertainty at the largest European Conference on Educational Research (ECER). From 3 to 6 September 2019 researchers from 79 countries explored how educational systems around the world can meet the challenges of our fast-moving modern times in lectures, presentations and workshops at the University of Hamburg. In their lecture on "Why role play and storytelling...

21 OCT 2019

Highlight the benefits of research integrity and ethics in the European research environment by submitting your paper on the topic "Building a culture of research integrity: problems, challenges, good practices" in the polish journal Edukacja (Education) Quarterly for a special English-language thematic issue!  Path2Integrity invites academics, researchers of research integrity and research culture, members of international consortia implementing EU...

10 OCT 2019

When it comes to research the "rules of the game" go far past the correct citation of sources and statistics. Which principles are considered good when it comes to research practice? This was the topic of a reserach integrity dedicated presentation that was given by Path2Integrity members Nicolaus Wilder, Kiel University and Lisa Häberlein, Coburg University at the European Researchers´ Night 2019 in the Kiel Region, Germany. The presentation aimed to educate...

25 SEP 2019

Tuesday, 29th of October, 2019 MCE Conference Centre Brussels (Belgium) On October 29th the "Path2Integrity mini conference on teaching research integrity" will be taking place at the MCE Conference & business centre in Brussels (Belgium). The mini conference offers stakeholders, members from different faculties, representatives of research ethics committees and research integrity offices the opportunity to connect and to participate in two workshops: How to teach...

31 JUL 2019

The Path2Integrity roadmap is a valuable collection of еxisting resources on teaching Research Integrity (RI) and Research Ethics (RE), now available as an online, user-friendly tool to be freely used by educators worldwide. The resource was introduced by Path2Integity, as part of the project’s efforts towards promoting the importance of and teaching the next generation of researchers about RI. Fostering an open scientific community that enables dialogues about good research and...

12 JUL 2019

Path2Integrity gathered over 30 international experts, students and researchers at the project’s Symposium named "Perception of research integrity & the (cross)disciplinarity of teaching ethical cases". The event was hosted by project partner University of Kiel (CAU) in Kiel, Germany and took place on 4 and 5 July 2019.  The first day of the Symposium involved a moderated creativity workshop on research integrity perception, which had the goal to identify RI...

14 JUN 2019

Photo: (left to right) Isidoros Karatzas (EC), Prof. Julia Prieß-Buchheit (Path2Integrity), Mariette van den Hoven (Integrity), Caroline Gans Combe (DEFORM), Niels Mejlgaard (SOPs4RI). The panel was moderated by Guy Widdershoven (EnTire, Virt2ue), not shown on picture. The 6th World Conference on Research Integrity took place in the beginning of June 2019 featuring talks wchich have highlighted different angles on Research Integrity, with a...

11 JUN 2019

Path2Integrity will meet up with students, teachers and researchers at a project's Symposium on the perception of research integrity & the (cross)disciplinarity of teaching ethical cases. When: 4 & 5 July 2019Where: Kiel, Germany  Within the two-day Symposium, participants will get a to take part in two interactive workshops where they will get the chance to obtain hands-on experience in advocating and teaching in the areas of Research Integrity and Research...

11 APR 2019

Path2Integrity’s Gender Expert Katharina Miller attended the Global Anticorruption & Integrity Forum 2019 of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on 21 March 2019. Katharina was a panelist on the topic of Unequal Footing & Integrity, focusing on how governments, companies and NGOs can integrate the gender and integrity agendas for better policy outcomes with the overarching goal to improve gender equality across societies.  The...

9 APR 2019

Path2Integrity participant Christiane Stock (University of Southern Denmark, SDU) has assumed a professorship at the Institute of Health and Nursing Science at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin on 1 April 2019. Charité is one of the largest European university hospitals with a strong focus on excellent research and cooperation with many partners leading in their fields. "Charité offers a stimulating research environment and I am thrilled becoming a...

8 APR 2019

When students study research integrity in a traditional way, they may learn how the subject helps them on an individual level in their own scientific projects, while still underestimating the relevance of research integrity for a knowledge-based society, both within and outside the scientific research. In order to help open this door for students into an honest, reliable, respectful, and accountable scientific community, the Horizon2020 project Path2Integrity was established in January 2019 to...

21 MAR 2019

Path2Integrity has just launched the project's first public survey on the Perception of Research Integrity.  In a society marked by rapid technological change, for example with regard to big data and artificial intelligence, research and innovation are crucial. You might have heard of the term "knowledge society" in that regard. However, although it is widely recognised that research is very important, public confidence in science has been seriously undermined in...

23 FEB 2019

What do Marie Curie and Bertrand Russell stand for? Both have worked for a good science for society. This turns the two scientists into figureheads for the new project "Path2Integrity".Field trials are a popular way to work scientifically. An example of autonomous driving: researchers test self-driving cars on motorways or in the city. But can a vehicle without a driver participate in public traffic without any problems? A question that is not easy to answer. A question that...

21 FEB 2019

The best science communicators spend their days sweating, straining, and trying to keep their balance as they climb up and down a wobbly ladder. They engage audiences by relating scientific concepts to concrete, visceral experience along what Canadian-born linguist Sam Hayakawa termed "the ladder of abstraction." Sometimes the task lies in communicating an intellectual concept through a down-to-earth illustration at the foot of the ladder. Other times, a personal experience...