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ENRIO 2021 congress takes place online on 27-29 September

The main themes of the congress are research integrity in open science and EU data protection laws. Registration opens on 3 May.
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The ENRIO 2021 Congress on Research Integrity Practice opens a new congress series that focuses on research integrity and research ethics and the development of responsible research in Europe. The event takes place online on 27-29 September 2021.

The main themes of the congress are the implications of open science and EU data protection laws on research integrity. Other key topics include research misconduct, research integrity training, research funding and the impact of the corona virus crisis on research. The practice-based approach of the event supports the work of science administrators and researchers.

The congress is organised by the Finnish National Board on Research Integrity TENK and the European Network of Research Integrity Offices (ENRIO), in collaboration with Aalto University.

Professor Riitta Salmelin, Aalto University, is member of the programme committee, and staff scientist Enrico Glerean, together with other Aalto University research community members, is organising a workshop titled Opening and sharing of personal data: ethical and legal issues and solutions on 27 September.

The registration opens on 3 May.

Read more on the congress website
http://www.enrio.eu/congress2021/

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