8 JUL 2021

Professor Maria Leptin, one of the role models of Path2Integrity, is going to be the next President of the European Research Council (ERC)! After one year search for a person to fill the position, the ERC gave the honour to Prof. Leptin. She will start her duty in October 2021. Prof. Maria Leptin is an internationally recognised developmental biologist and immunologist who was selected as Director of the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO) in 2010. She advocates for research...

2 JUN 2021

  Institute for Educational Research (IBE)’s journal Edukacja has published a special issue in which Path2Integrity is being showcased. Along with the rest of the insightful articles on research integrity-related topics, the journal has included pieces conducted by IBE project partners dr. Katarzyna Kalinowska, dr. Agnieszka Koterwas and dr. Agnieszka Dwojak-Matras, as well as Path2Integrity’s coordinator Prof. Dr. Julia Priess-Buchheit.  ...

14 MAY 2021

The Path2Integrity campaign on research integrity and trustworthy science has been featured in the Project Repository Journal (PRj), which is the European dissemination media agency’s (EDMA) flagship open access publication dedicated to showcasing funded science and research throughout Europe. Supporting Path2Integrity’s vision that violations and threats to reliable research endanger science and society, the PRj is sharing the project’s goal for creating and...

11 MAY 2021

Path2Integrity gladly announces that the project has organised four very insightful workshops, all on research integrity related topics. The virtual events will be hosted by the Path2Integrity coordinator Prof. Doc. Julia Priess-Bucheitt and will take place on 18 May, 25 May, 1 June and 22 June 2021.     Each workshop will be attended by more than 300 people from all around the world and is tailored for three...

13 APR 2021

One of the recent Path2Integrity actions has been an enormous success. The Europe-wide digital event was organised by Path2Integrity's training centre, Katharina Miller (3C Compliance, Spain). The dedicated topic of the workshop was how to distinguish reliable from fake information. High school students reflected their knowledge and skills in discussion with the European Parliament's vice-president, Rainer Wieland.  More than 200 students from five European countries...

29 MAR 2021

The Abraham Kuyper Center (AKC) is organising a summer seminar on research integrity, which will be held on 25 to 27 August 2021 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The seminar will be focusing on investigating the progress reports and future directions of research integrity. The event will host a number of keynote lectures, one of which is to be given by the Path2Integrity project coordinator Prof. Julia Priess-Buchheit. Together with all the rest of the excellent international experts...

1 MAR 2021

Path2Integrity is holding two panel discussions with members of the Path2Integrity policymaker and stakeholder board! The sessions are going to be held in an entirely online environment on 8 and 15 March 2021. Along these lines, Path2Integrity would like to invite everyone interested in fostering research integrity, to attend our panel discussions. One of the sessions is going to be focused on how research integrity education can be embedded in educational institutions from the secondary...

22 FEB 2021

To plagiarise is one of the pitfalls students can come across in their studies. A few cases in Germany demonstrate that some students never learn the right way. Some renowned politicians had to step down because experts found that they plagiarised in their PhD thesis. In an interview for the Neue Presse Coburg, Path2Integrity coordinator Prof. Julia Prieß-Buchheit discussed students' plagiarism and how universities of applied sciences lead students on the path to write original...

18 FEB 2021

The EU Horizon2020 Project Path2Integrity (P2I) supports a culture that values honest, reliable, respectful, and accountable science and raises awareness of the principles of research integrity across Europe. The actions, supported by a group of twenty-five (25) international science leaders, recognize the importance that trustworthy scientific information plays in society. The learning settings as well as posters, booklets, videos, and other communications materials target secondary school...

12 FEB 2021

In the face of today’s complex challenges, society more than ever needs honest and trustworthy research. In recent years, the EU-funded project Path2Integrity has developed a freely usable programme that can be easily implemented by secondary & high school students and teachers, as well as higher education organisations. Making the project’s outputs more visible to public, Path2Integrity has created two short videos, highlighting our central ideas and materials. The...

9 FEB 2021

The annual European University Association (EUA) Thematic Workshop was focused on artificial intelligence (AI), data management and the digital world of doctoral education. The event took place on 21-22 January in an entirely online environment. More than 260 participants gathered to discuss the emerging issues related to digitalisation in doctoral education. Within the excellent team of educators was Path2Integrity’s project coordinator - Prof. Julia Priess-Buchheit. During the...

27 JAN 2021

In times of uncertainty the coherence of responsible research is ever more important. It is vital that this process is aligned with the principles for research integrity, namely reliability, honesty, respect and accountability. Today Mariya Gabriel from the European Commission and 25 outstanding international role models support this very important topic by speaking up for good scientific practice and by using their image and scientific credentials. This action serves as motivation...

25 JAN 2021

English, German, Italian, French, Polish and Spanish - these are the six languages in which you can find Path2Integrity’s press release on "Establishing a culture of research integrity with innovative educational methods," available in CORDIS. The publication reflects Path2Integrity’s presence at the European Commission’s EUvsVirus Hackathon, where the project presented its "Trust in Science" tool, which became a winner in the category of Social and...

14 JAN 2021

Path2Integrity wishes you a very healthy and prosperous new year! The emergence of Covid-19 resulted in a great deal of challenges and limitations. Regardless, the Path2Integrity team maintained united in our common goal to promote the excellence of coherent and responsible research integrity. We have created a short video, showcasing our most significant achievements during 2020. Watch the video

11 JAN 2021

During October, 2020 Path2Integrity announced the project’s Dialogues on Research Integrity (RI), which present an outstanding opportunity for anyone interested to join a vivid discussion on various topics related to the responsible and coherent communication of research data. The first three Dialogues have been held during November in an entirely online environment, however, were deemed a great success as more than 50 participants from all over the world joined the insightful...

20 NOV 2020

Path2Integrity project member Nicolaus Wilder held an insightful workshop on "Good Scientific Practice in the Age of Artificial Intelligence - Opportunities and Challenges through AI-based (Re)Writing Tools for Higher Education" on 10 and 11 November. The session was held in an entirely online environment in a collaboration with Prof. Dr. Doris Weßels (Kiel University of Applied Sciences). In times of social distancing, where technology is vastly developing and higher...

3 NOV 2020

A recent case study on the Synchronous hybrid learning in times of social distancing is now available in the International Journal for Innovation Education and Research. The paper is a result of a case study on the benefits, trainer’s challenges and guidelines for distant learning and is conducted by the Path2Integrity project coordinator Julia Priess-Buchheit. The emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic has called for drastic changes in the learning formats of the Higher education...

21 OCT 2020

A commentary on "Research integrity: nine ways to move from talk to walk" is now available in the Nature journal. The publication is part of the Standard Operating Procedures for Research Integrity (SOPs4RI) study, conducted by a team of international researchers together with Path2Integrity advisory board member Nicole Föger. Illustration by David Parkins The study reveals multiple occasions of fraud, questionable research reports and foot-dragging from academia...

7 OCT 2020

The Path2Integrity Community Nepal held an online event on the topic of "Ethics in Public Health Research: Politics and Practices" on 1 October 2020. The webinar gave an opportunity to a number of associate professors to present on the respective of their specialty topics, such as: Research of conduct in health research in Nepal; Strategies for Ethical Research Practices in Public Health; Deontological vs. teleological debates in Nepal: a bioethical perspective; Working towards a...