Canada’s ‘scientific integrity’ policy and its effects on transparency

Nahomi Amberber, Policy & Politics co-editor Scientific integrity has been a focus of the 2018 conversation around the intersection of science and policy. While research integrity has historically focused on the ethics of research design, scientific integrity in the Canadian context also aims to protect accountability after the research has been done. The Office of […]

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Getting up to speed on Canadian science policy & politics

By Karine Morin et Pascal Lapointe Policy & Politics subject editors Across the country, Québec has had the biggest science policy news of the last three months: its new science research policy, which has generated support from all sides (a rare feat indeed). Ce n’était pourtant pas gagné d’avance, comme l’écrivait sur son blogue en […]

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