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Countries to share best practice on research integrity

Fourteen European countries have launched a joint initiative on research integrity, in the hope of shoring up public trust in R&D.

The Mutual Learning Exercise on Research Integrity was launched in November, the European Commission announced on 4 December. It is looking at examples of national good practice in four priority areas: supporting transparency in research; incentives to prevent misconduct; spreading an integrity culture; and improving training for researchers at all career stages.

Representatives from Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Moldova, Norway, Spain and Sweden will learn from each other, with the help of experts from Croatia, Italy and the Netherlands.

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