In Canada, scientists are struggling with stagnant funding 


By priyanka

How is integrity represented in science? 

Scientific integrity is the adherence to principles of honesty, objectivity, transparency, professionalism, and ethical behavior when conducting, managing, using the results of, and communicating about scientific activities which should be of high quality and free from inappropriate influence.

Why is scientific integrity essential to the scientific method? 

Scientific integrity is defined as “all of the rules and values that must govern research in order to ensure its honesty and scientific rigor”. As an essential condition for maintaining society's trust in research stakeholders, scientific integrity is an ongoing consideration at Inserm.

What does Academic Integrity in science involve? 

It involves upholding ethical standards in all aspects of academic work, including learning, teaching and research. It involves acting with the principles of honesty, fairness, trust and responsibility and requires respect for knowledge and its development.

What is scientific ethics and integrity? 

What are research ethics and research integrity and why are they important? Research ethics and integrity practices make sure that research is conducted according to the highest standards of practice, and with the minimal risk of adverse or harmful outcomes or consequences.

What are the fundamental principles of research integrity? 

Within the framework of the Responsible Conduct of Research, the basic principles of Research Integrity - namely honesty, responsibility, fairness and accountability – are enshrined in foundational documents 1 that also describe the responsibilities of researchers and the scientific community.

What can scientists do to reduce uncertainty in science? 

Scientific uncertainty generally means that there is a range of possible values within which the true value of the measurement lies. Further research on a topic or theory may reduce the level of uncertainty or the range of possible values

What are scientific procedures? 

1 : The course of action, or the description of a course of action, taken for the solution of a problem. [ SEMATECH] 2 : A step-by-step description of how to perform an operation or process