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University of Delaware Grad Students to Develop Code of Research Ethics in Novel Project

January 31, 2008

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Three members of the University of Delaware faculty received a $100,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to pilot a novel ethics education project for science and engineering graduate students at the university. Research and Integrity in Science and Engineering, or RAISE, is an 18-month project designed to increase student awareness of research ethics through small-group discussions on issues. Full Story

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