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CSE's White Paper on Promoting Integrity in Scientific Journal Publications, 2009 Update Council of Science Editors Council of Science Editors publishing, research integrity
"Agflation", conservation, and the loss of wildlands in America Jason Welker Welker's Wikinomics energy, environment alternative energy
"Nano" Safety Recall Kevin Bullis Technology Review nanotechnology risks, safety
"Tighter controls" for nanotechnology nanotechweb.org nanotechweb.org nanotechnology safety
"You Still Takin' Notes?" Fieldwork and Problems of Informed Consent Barrie Thorne Social Problems social science informed consent, research conduct, research design
'Dangerous' bird flu research available to all Paul Jump Times Higher Education health care, healthcare policy, medicine bird flu
'Gasland' director Joshua Fox arrested filming House panel Neela Banerjee Los Angeles Times energy, environment fracking
10 Patient safety tips for hospitals Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality biology, biomedical, medicine medical errors
11,000 Students Enter California Schools Without Required Vaccines Nicholas Jackson The Atlantic medicine, public health vaccines HPV
2007 symposium on social studies of nanotechnology Chemical Heritage Foundation Chemical Heritage Foundation nanotechnology safety
4 Things Grosser Than Pink Slime Tom Philpott Mother Jones agriculture, food science, public health food systems
80 Percent of Chicken Growers Never Sanitize Poop-Filled Crates Tom Philpott Mother Jones agriculture, environment animal rights
A case of abuse, heightened Joe Nocera NY Times environment animal rights
A closer look at extending life David Adam The Guardian medicine, nanotechnology health care
A deeper look into the “80% of PhDs who do not become professors” Science Advocacy: The Black Hole academic labor academia, work/life
A different perspective on GM food David Shubert Nature Biotechnology agriculture, biomedical, food science transgenic food
A field training guide for human subjects research ethics PLoS Medicine PLoS Medicine biology, biomedical, medicine human research
A Framework for Federal Science Policy AAAS policy agency, federal
A Grievous Wrong New York Times criminology, law death penalty
A MESSAGE TO THE RESEARCH COMMUNITY: ELSEVIER, ACCESS, AND THE RESEARCH WORKS ACT Elsevier research conduct, research integrity
A not-so-sweet environmental victory James Gibney The Atlantic environment wilderness management
A physicist experiments with cultural studies Alan D. Sokal NYU Dept of Physics critical theory, physics peer review, publishing
A review of carbon nanotube toxicity and assessment of potential occupational and environmental health risks Lam et al. Critical Reviews in Toxicology environment, nanotechnology safety
A Sharp Rise in Retractions Prompts Calls for Reform Carl Zimmer New York Times medicine publishing, research ethics, research integrity, research misconduct
A Sharp Rise in Retractions Prompts Calls for Reform Carl Zimmer New York Times authorship, research misconduct
A shot of fear Virginia Hughes Nature Magazine medicine, public health policy
A thought for Texas Governor Rick Perry about science Janet D. Stemwedel Scientopia Blogs climate change, economics, environment policy, politics communicating science, denialism
A Two-Step Flow of Influence? Opinion-Leader Campaigns on Climate Change Matthew Nisbet and John Kotcher Science Communication climate change, environment policy
AAA Code of Ethics American Anthropological Association American Anthropological Association anthropology policy professional code
AAA Letter Suggests Alternatives to Census Bureau Label "Linguistically Isolated" Virginia Dominguez American Anthropological Association anthropology, demography, linguistics minority languages, multiculturalism
AAA Professional Ethics Index American Anthropological Association American Anthropological Association anthropology professional code
AAA Public Policy/Advocacy Index American Anthropological Association American Anthropological Association anthropology policy academia
AAA Responds to Public Controversy Over Science in Anthropology AAA AAA Net anthropology AAA science controversy
AAA Statement on Ethics American Anthropological Association American Anthropological Association anthropology policy professional code
About Funding U.S. NSF policy agency, federal
Academic freedom or scientific misconduct?: editorial from journal of scientific exploration Mike Epstein Mike Epstein plagiarism, research integrity, research misconduct
Academic Hypocrisy Thomas Sowell Townhall.com academic integrity
Accountability and Authorship Science Magazine Science Magazine authorship, research integrity
Accurate mapping of plant genome could lead to new generation of hybrid plants Sarah Yang UC Berkeley News biology, botany data fabrication, data falsification, research integrity, research misconduct
Adding biofuels to the invasive species fire? Raghu et al. Science Magazine energy, environment alternative energy
Advanced technology paths to global climate stability: energy for a greenhouse planet Martin I. Hoffert, et al. Science Magazine environment resource management
After-Birth Abortion: The pro-choice case for infanticide William Saletan Slate biology, biomedical, medicine abortion, euthanasia
After-birth abortion: why should the baby live? Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva Journal of Medical Ethics biomedical, medicine abortion, euthanasia
Agriculture and Human Values journal
AIDS panel leaves experts out in the cold: shock greets government decision to include 'dissidents' Ranjeni Munusamy Sunday Times of South Africa policy
Alden March Bioethics Institute biomedical organization
Alternative Energy dot Com Home Alternative Energy Alternative Energy energy, environment energy, environment
America's Health Threat: Poor Urban Design Scott Carlson The Chronicle public health
American Academy of Medical Ethics organization
American Journal of Bioethics journal
An ethical dilemma: medical errors and the medical culture British Medical Journal British Medical Journal biology, biomedical, medicine medical errors
An fMRI investigation of emotional engagement in moral judgment Joshua Greene, et al. Science neuroscience morality
An Interview With David Card Douglas Clement Economists View economics
Anesthesiologist Fabricates 172 Papers Jef Akst The Scientist medicine data fabrication, data falsification, research misconduct
Animal right extremists threaten medical research Dr. Joseph E. Murray The Science Advisory Board biology, biomedical animal research, animal rights
Animal Rights International Animal Rights International Animal Rights International biology, biomedical animal research, animal rights
Animal testing Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia biology, biomedical animal research
Anonymity on a disc Quinn Norton WIRED Magazine information technology censorship, privacy
Anthropocentrism and deep ecology William Grey Australian Journal of Philosophy environment animal rights
Anthropologists Debate Whether 'Science' Is a Part of Their Mission David Glenn The Chronicle of Higher Education anthropology AAA science controversy
Anthropology a Science? Statement Deepens a Rift Nicholas Wade New York Times anthropology AAA science controversy
Anthropology after the “Science” Controversy: We’re Moving Ahead Daniel Lende PLoS Blogs anthropology AAA science controversy
Anthropology in Transition John Hawks John Hawks Weblog anthropology AAA science controversy
Anthropology Is... P. Kerim Friedman Savage Minds anthropology AAA science controversy
Anthropology MINUS science? Ryan Anderson Ethnografix anthropology AAA science controversy
Anthropology Without Science Dan Berrett Inside Higher Ed anthropology AAA science controversy
Anthropology, Science, and Public Understanding Daniel Lende PLoS Blogs anthropology AAA science controversy
Anthropology, Science, and the AAA Long-Range Plan: What Really Happened Daniel Lende PLoS Blogs anthropology AAA science controversy
Antiscientific Attitudes: what happens when scientists are unscientific? Beutler LE and Hartwood TM Journal of Clinical Psychology research integrity, research misconduct
Apple Crops In Washington At Risk Because Of Other States’ Extreme Immigration Laws Amanda Peterson Beadle Think Progress policy
Applied Ethics Institute: St. Petersburg College organization
Applied Ethics Resources on World Wide Web teaching
Arcnews: the UK's premier online animal rights magazine ArcNews ArcNews biology, biomedical animal research, animal rights
Are dolphins people too? WBEZ Worldview biology, marine biology animal rights
Are nanoparticles safe for soil? nanotechweb.org nanotechweb.org nanotechnology safety
Are Veggies Cheap? Beth Hoffman Forbes food science, nutrition, public health public health
As blood donations decline, U.S. ban on gay donors is examined Jen Christensen CNN medicine, public health safety sexuality
As global food costs rise, are biofuels to blame? Mark Clayton The Christian Science Monitor energy, environment alternative energy
Association for Practical and Professional Ethics organization
ASU Studies Impact of Nanoparticles on Aquatic Organisms Azonano.com Azonano.com environment, nanotechnology
At risk: vaccines Paul A. Offit Boston Globe medicine, public health policy
At the AHA: Huh? Marc Bousquet How The University Works history academic labor, tenure academia
Athens Olympics may be most physically demanding ever Stefan Lovgren National Geographic human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Author on leave after Harvard inquiry Carolyn Johnson Boston Globe linguistics data fabrication, data falsification, research misconduct academia, Hauser
Authorship Resources for research ethics education Resources for research ethics education authorship, research integrity
Authorship Dispute World Association of Medical Editors World Association of Medical Editors biology, biomedical, medicine authorship, research integrity
Authorship Guidelines Harvard Medical School Harvard Medical School biology, biomedical, medicine authorship, research integrity
Autism: why the debate rages Sharyl Attkisson CBS News medicine, public health policy
Autonomous agents with norms Dignum F. Artificial Intelligence and Law information technology machine ethics
Award-winning popular science writer almost disqualified his book on plants The Vancouver Sun The Vancouver Sun biology, botany research integrity, research misconduct
Axios Institute organization
Bachmann HPV vaccine comment might spark new patient fears Christine Moyer Amednews.com vaccines HPV
Back to the Start Chipotle genetically modified foods
Basso and Landis innocent? Why WADA's new chief must strive to root out sport's drug cheats Robin Parisotto Sportingo human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Basso and Landis innocent? why WADA's new chief must strive to root out sport's drugs cheats Robin Parisotto Fanatix human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Basso: "It was only attempted doping" Gregor Brown Cycling News human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Bayer sold HIV-risky meds David McHugh CBS News biomedical, medicine
Before Karen's coma Time Magazine biology, biomedical, medicine
Behavioral and Brain Sciences journal
Best Practice Guidelines on publishing: A Publisher's Perspective Wiley-Blackwell Author Services Wiley-Blackwell publishing
Big Oil goes to college: a conflict of interest? Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Times energy, environment conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Bio-Ethics Bites Oxford Centre for Neuroethics biology bioethics
Bioconservatives vs. Bioprogressives Ronald Bailey Reason biology, technology bioethics, stem cells
Bioenergy: fuelling the food crisis? Stephanie Holmes BBC News energy, environment alternative energy
Bioethics Center: Brody School of Medicine: East Carolina University biomedical organization
Bioethics Center: Cleveland State University biomedical organization
Bioethics for clinicians: 23. disclosure of medical error Philip C. Hébert, Alex V. Levin, and Gerald Robertson Canadian Medical Association Journal biology, biomedical, medicine medical errors
BioethicsWeb - The gateway for Internet resources in biomedical ethics, provided by the Wellcome Trust and BIOME teaching
Biofuel cells and their development Bullen et al. Science Direct energy, environment alternative energy
Biofuel raises global dilemmas Jorn Madslien BBC News energy, environment alternative energy
Biofuel: major net energy gain from switchgrass-based ethanol Science Daily Science Daily energy, environment alternative energy
Biofuels and the bay Chesapeake Bay Commission Chesapeake Bay Commission energy, environment alternative energy
Biofuels: 'Green gold' or problems untold? Rachel Oliver CNN energy, environment alternative energy
Biology & Philosophy journal
biomedical research and animal welfare—a delicate balance Asif A. Ghazanfar Nature biology, biomedical animal research, animal rights
Black-market scandal shakes India's ban on organ sales Scott Carney WIRED Magazine medicine, public health policy
Blade Runner Josh McHugh WIRED Magazine human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Blinded By Science Chris Mooney Columbia Journalism Review media coverage of science
Bogdanov affair Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia physics fabrication, publishing
Boston College Misses Deadline to Hand Over IRA Tapes to Judge Jim Dee Belfast Telegraph confidentiality IRA case
Bracing for Islamic Creationism Salman Hameed Science Magazine evolution
Brain enhancement is wrong, right? Benedict Carey New York Times neuroimaging, neuroscience
Brain Imaging Study Sheds Light On Moral Decision-Making Science Daily Science Daily neuroscience morality
Brain quirks and courtroom testimony Michael McGuire The Gruter Institute neuroscience morality
Breach Notice: The Struggle for Medical Records Security Continues William Pewen Health Affairs.org biology, biomedical, medicine privacy, research integrity, research misconduct
Bright minds and dark attitudes: lower cognitive ability predicts greater prejudice through right-wing ideology and low intergroup contact. cognitive science, pyschology
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science journal
Broken mirrors: a theory of autism Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Lindsay M. Oberman Scientific American neuroscience mirror neurons
Bubble-headed? Noah Shachtman WIRED Magazine data fabrication, data falsification, research integrity, research misconduct
Building better biofules - startup LS9 is developing microbes that produce hydrocarbons Neil Savage Technology Review environment resource management
Building better bodies Nicholas D. Kristof New York Times human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Bursting of bubble fusion Erik Vance The Chronicle of Higher Education physics research integrity
Business Ethics Cases, Markkula Center, SCU teaching
C2C HOME: first cradle to cradle house underway Inhabitat.com Inhabitat.com design, environment
California gives go-ahead to stem-cell research MSNBC MSNBC biomedical stem cells
Call for EU-wide fertility rules BBC News BBC News biomedical stem cells
Calls for more research into potential risks of nanotechnology Nanotechnology News Archive Nanotechnology News Archive nanotechnology safety
Cameroon suspends controversial AIDS treatment on prostitutes Cameroon-info Cameroon-info biomedical, medicine
Can drug research be trusted? Peter Whoriskey Washington Post biomedical, medicine conflict of interest, research ethics
Can hunting endangered animals save the species? CBS News 60 Minutes animal rights
Can nanotechnology ever prove that it is green? Richard Jones Nature Magazine nanotechnology policy
Can we develop ethically universal embryonic stem-cell lines? Ronald M Green Nature Magazine biology, biomedical, genetics stem cells
Can We Have A Grown-Up Conversation About HPV Yet? Amanda Marcotte RH Reality Check vaccines HPV
Carbon-negative biofuels from low-input high-diversity grassland biomass Tilman et al. Science Magazine energy, environment alternative energy
Cardiologist conducted trials in 'inadequate and unethical manner' hearing told Plymouth Plymouth biomedical, medicine research integrity, research misconduct
Carnegie Mellon Green Design Institute environment organization
Catholic Bishops Demand All Businesses Be Given The Right To Deny Women Contraception Coverage Marie Diamond Think Progress health care, healthcare policy abortion, contraception
Center for Bioethics : University of Minnesota biomedical organization
Center for Bioethics and Health Law: University of Pittsburgh biomedical organization
Center for Bioethics Human Dignity: Stem Cell Research Articles Center for Bioethics Human Dignity Center for Bioethics Human Dignity biomedical stem cells
Center for Bioethics: University of Pennsylvania biomedical organization
Center for biomedical Ethics: University of Virginia biomedical organization
Center for Environmental Philosophy: University of North Texas biomedical organization
Center for Ethics & Public Service: University of Miami School of Law social science politics organization
Center for Ethics and Business: Loyola Marmount University business organization
Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business: University of Notre Dame business organization
Center for Ethics and Social Justice: Loyola University organization
Center for Ethics Education: Fordham University biomedical organization
Center for Ethics in Health Care (Oregon Health & Science University) biomedical organization
Center for Ethics of Science and Technology: Chulalongkorn University technology organization
Center for Ethics: Vanderbilt University organization
Center for Ethics: Webster University organization
Center for Human Values: Princeton University organization
Center for Philosophy of Technology and Engineering Science technology organization
Center for Practical Bioethics biomedical organization
Center for Professional and Applied Ethics: University Of North Carolina at Charlotte business organization
Center for the Study of Ethics in Society: Western Michigan University organization
Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions: Illinois Institute of Technology technology organization
Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics: and Australian Research Council funded Special Research Centre social science politics organization
Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability environment organization
Centre for Practical Ethics: York University organization
Challenges in engineering microbes for biofuels production Gregory Stephanopoulos Science Magazine energy, environment alternative energy
Chargers' Merriman suspended for steroids ESPN ESPN human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Charging by the byte to curb internet traffic Brian Stelter New York Times information technology internet access
Cheating in Science, Part I: The Tragic Story of a Young Man’s Suicide Peter Gray Psychology Today research misconduct, scientific fraud
Cheating in Science, Part II: School is a Breeding Ground for Cheaters Peter Gray Psychology Today misconduct
Cheating in the genes - why should sports stars be different from the rest of us? Robin Parisotto Fanatix human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Cheating vs. enhancement in chess George Dvorsky Sentient Developments human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Cheating, or an early mingling of the blood? Gina Kolata New York Times human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Child Survival in Affluence and Poverty: Ethics and Fieldwork Experiences from Iceland and Guinea-Bissau SAGE Journals Field Methods anthropology health care child morality
Children's consent to treatment J P H Shield and J D Baum University of Bristol biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
China plans to modernize traditional medicine Jane Qiu Nature Magazine medicine, public health policy
China sets up rules to combat scientific misconduct Wu Chong Science and Development Network research integrity, research misconduct
China's demand for recycled wastepaper - a blessing and a curse, Forest Trends Science Daily Science Daily environment pollution
China-U.S. Center for Sustainable Development environment organization
ChoicePoint says it's sorry Associated Press WIRED Magazine information technology identity theft
Chris Benoit: was roid rage to blame? Miranda Hitti WebMD human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Cities unleash free Wi-Fi Michael Grebb WIRED magazine information technology internet access
Climate change scientist Michael Mann fends off sceptic group's raid on emails Suzanne Goldenberg The Guardian climate science privacy, research misconduct climategate, communicating science
Climate Coverage Dips Again in 2011 Douglas Fischer Eco Watch climate science, environment
Climategate 2.0: Will the Media Do Its Job This Time? Kate Sheppard Mother Jones climate science, environment climategate
Clinical trial results in US go unreported Emma Thorne-Nottingham Futurity human subjects, research ethics
Clinical trials in emergency situations British Medical Journal biology, biomedical, medicine informed consent
Cloned mice die young Constance Holden ScienceNOW biomedical cloning
Clones from Newcastle C. Ben Mitchell Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity biomedical stem cells
Clones sperm created in the lab Michelle Roberts BBC News biomedical stem cells
Cloning in focus University of Utah University of Utah biomedical cloning
Cloning webliography Michigan State University Michigan State University biomedical cloning
CNRS ethics committee publishes nanotechnology recommendations CNRS CNRS nanotechnology policy
Code of Ethics for Linguists in Forensic Linguistics Consulting Lingustic Society of America linguistics research ethics
Cold fusion research: a report of the energy research advisory board to the US DOE National Capital Area Skeptics National Capital Area Skeptics energy, physics data fabrication, data falsification, research integrity, research misconduct
Cold fusion: an objective assessment Edmund Storms Edmund Storms energy, physics data fabrication, data falsification, research integrity, research misconduct
Collision in the Making Between Self-Driving Cars and How the World Works John Markoff New York Times information technology, robotics
Colorado State University Unveils New Research Ethics and Conduct Online Module CSU News CSU News research integrity, research misconduct
Comcast defends role as internet traffic cop Cecilia Kang Washington Post information technology internet access
Commentary: Too many authors, too few creators Philip J. Wyatt Physics Today authorship
Comments on "particle surface characteristics may play an important role in phytotoxicity of alumina nanoparticals," by Vladimir Murashov Toxicology Letters Toxicology Letters nanotechnology risks
Committee on Endangered Languages and their Preservation language documentation
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility organization
Computer system 'can land aircraft without air traffic controllers' Elizabeth Day Telegraph information technology safety-critical software
Computers will taste, smell and hear within five years, IBM predicts Hayley Tsukayama Washington Post communication, computer science
Confessions of a Wi-Fi thief Lev Grossman TIME Magazine information technology internet access
Conflict of interest NIH Office of Extramural Research NIH Office of Extramural Research conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Conflict of interest The National Academies The National Academies conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Conflict of interest information and resources National Institute of Health National Institute of Health conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Conflict of interest notification study News-Medical.Net News-Medical.Net biology, biomedical, medicine conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Conflict-of-interest inquiry may be reopening at NIH Rick Weiss Washington Post conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Conflicts of interest Columbia University Columbia University conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Conflicts of interest policy & Manual 15 National Science Foundation National Science Foundation conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Conflicts of interest- Resources for Research Ethics Education Research-ethics.net Research-ethics.net conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Conscience, religion alter how doctors tell patients about options Science Daily Science Daily biology, biomedical, medicine medical errors religion
Consciousness science and ethics Daniel Bor The Slate healthcare policy, medicine bioethics
Conservative Think Tank Study Finds Teachers Are 'Overpaid' Eyder Peralta The Two-Way economics, education economic justice
Consolidated U.S. patent laws US Patent and Trademark Office policy agency, federal
Consortium aims to improve protection of human research subjects Science Daily Science Daily human research
Consortium on Green Design and Manufacturing environment green development
Consultative Group on International Agriculture Research Home Consultative Group on International Agriculture Research Home Consultative Group on International Agriculture Research Home energy, environment alternative energy
Controversial Math Journal Relauches: New Editors, Focus on Rigorous Review Phil Davis Scholarly Kitchen math Chaos, Solitons & Fractals
Controversial treatment of atherosclerotic renal vascular disease Lance D. Dworkin Brown Medical School biomedical, medicine
Coronary calcium scans: heart scans mired in controversy MayoClinic MayoClinic biomedical, medicine
Corporate codes of ethics: necessary but not sufficient Simon Webley, Andrea Werner Wiley Online Library economics corporate ethics
Cost-benefit ethics: the case of Tirhas Habtegiris Dennis Hollinger Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Cracking Open the Scientific Process Thomas Lin New York Times internet access, publication open science, science and social media
Critical thinking Arnold Zwicky Arnold Zwicky's Blog science literacy
Critical thinking web: Philosophy teaching modules teaching
Cruzan her parents and co-guardians v. Director, Missouri Department of Health University of Missouri biology, biomedical, law, medicine euthanasia
Cubism at the nanoscale Chris Toumey Nature Nanotechnology nanotechnology data fabrication, data falsification, research integrity, research misconduct
Cytotoxicity of single-wall carbon nanotubes on human fibroblasts Tian F, et al. PubMed nanotechnology risks
Damage to the prefrontal cortex increases utilitarian moral judgements Koenigs et al. Nature neuroscience morality
Dan Ariely asks, Are we in control of our own decisions? Dan Ariely Ted Talks science literacy
DARPA Project List Technovelgy.com Technovelgy.com biomedical, genetics human research
Dartmouth College Ethics Institute organization
Data Acquisition and Management Columbia University Columbia University data fabrication, data falsification, research integrity, research misconduct
DDT to return as weapon against malaria, experts say Brian Handwerk National Geographic biomedical, medicine
De-carbonizing development W. Erdelen UNESCO environment green development
Deep impact: The toll your protein takes on the Earth Christy Harrison Grist environment animal rights, food systems
Defending the Teaching of Evolution in Public Schools National Center for Science Education National Center for Science Education biology, evolution science literacy
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA policy agency, federal
Defining the spectrum of genome policy Susanne B. Haga & Huntington F. Willard Nature Reviews policy
Defusing the war over the "promiscuity" vaccine Nancy Gibbs TIME Magazine medicine, public health policy
Déjà vu – A Study of Duplicate Citations in Medline M. Errami, et al. Bioinformatics biology, biomedical, medicine authorship, plagiarism, research integrity, research misconduct
Delaware Department of Agriculture policy agency, Delaware
Delaware Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Control DNREC policy agency, Delaware
Delaware Department of Technology and Information policy agency, Delaware
Delaware Economic Development Office DEDO policy agency, Delaware
Delaware legal information: living will MedLawPlus.com MedLawPlus.com biology, biomedical, law, medicine euthanasia
Delaware River & Bay Authority policy agency, Delaware
Delaware Solid Waste Authority policy agency, Delaware
Delaware State University: Ethics Resource Site organization
Deliberately exposing people to toxins Science Daily Science Daily biology, biomedical, medicine human research
Department of Linguistics: Ethics Guidelines Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology linguistics research ethics
Dirty little secret João Medeiros Seed Magazine plagiarism, research integrity, research misconduct
Disappeared Commission investigator warns against releasing Boston tapes on IRA to the PSNI Cathal Dervan IrishCentral.com confidentiality IRA case
Disclosure in regulatory science David Michaels and Wendy Wagner Science Magazine conflict of interest, research integrity, research misconduct
Disgraced cloning scientist on trial in S. Korea MSNBC MSNBC biology, biomedical cloning, data fabrication, data falsification, research integrity, research misconduct cloning
Divergent perspectives on GM food Nature Biotechnology Nature Biotechnology agriculture, biomedical, food science transgenic food
Divergent perspectives on GM food - letter 2 Alex Avery Nature Biotechnology agriculture, biomedical, food science transgenic food
DMOZ Open Directory Project: Applied Ethics teaching
Do abnormal responses show utilitarian bias? G. Kahane & N. Shackel Nature neuroscience morality
Do Wealthy Colleges Deserve Their Tax Breaks? New York Times economics, education, policy policy
Doctors And Patients Manage Drug Shortages Talk of the Nation National Public Radio economics, medicine, public health
Document Sheds Light on Investigation at Harvard Tom Bartlett The Chronicle of Higher Education data fabrication, data falsification, research misconduct academia, Hauser
Documentary linguistics and ethical issues (2007) Nick Thieberger and Simon Musgrave Scientific Commons language documentation
DOE openness: human radiation experiments US Dept. of Energy US Dept. of Energy biology, biomedical, energy human research
Does copyright matter? Tim Parks The New York Review of Books communication, law copyright
Doing Ethics: The Bearing of Ethical Theories on Fieldwork William F. May Social Problems research conduct, research design field research
Don't Break the Internet Mark Lemley, David S. Levine, & David G. Post Stanford Law Review copyright, SOPA
Don't let fear kill muni Wi-Fi Jennifer Granick WIRED Magazine information technology internet access
Dopamine neurons derived from embryonic stem cells function in an animal model of Parkinson's disease Nature Magazine Nature Magazine biomedical stem cells
Double standards, politics, and drug treatment research Jessica Palmer Science Blogs drugs, health care policy
Downer cow Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia environment animal rights
Downer Livestock Ban Reintroduced in House Sarah Damian Food Integrity Campaign food
Downer' cows entered food supply, company admits CNN environment animal rights
Dr. James Dale Center for Applied Ethics: Youngstown State University organization
Drawing the wrong conclusion: More on Stapel's fraud and the fallout for psychology Daniel Simons psychology peer review, research misconduct
Drug sparks memory enhancement debate Jon Hamilton NPR neuroimaging, neuroscience
Drug test cowboys - the secret world of pharmaceutical trial subjects Josh McHugh WIRED Magazine biology, biomedical, medicine human research
Dust, waste, and dirty water - the deadly price of China's miracle John Vidal The Guardian environment resource management
Dutch 'Lord of the Data' Forged Dozens of Studies Gretchen Vogel Science Insider psychology peer review, research misconduct
EarthTrends Environmental Information: World Resources Institute biomedical, environment teaching
Economics and Philosophy journal
Editorial Forum Series: Research Strategies for Safety Evaluation of Nanomaterials Holsapple et al. Toxicological Sciences nanotechnology safety
Editorial reply by Social Text to the Sokal affair Bruce Robbins and Andrew Ross Social Text critical theory, physics publishing
Education and Advocacy Society for Neuroscience neuroscience
Eero Mantyranta - naturally rich blood Olympic.org Olympic.org human enhancement doping, drugs sports
Egg-donor business booms on campuses USA TODAY USA TODAY biomedical stem cells
Eggs vs ethics in stem cell debate Emily Galpern and Marcy Darnovsky The Nation biomedical stem cells
Elation should be tempered until jury has examined experiments John Polanyi The Financial Post energy, physics data fabrication, data falsification, research integrity, research misconduct
Elsevier — my part in its downfall Gower Gowers's Weblog math bundling
Emerson Center for Business Ethics: John Cook School of Business: Saint Louis University business organization
Emotion, moral judgement, and Reason Raúl Arrabales Moreno Conscious-Robots neuroscience morality
Emotions run high over autism causes John McKenzie ABC News medicine, public health policy
Emotions still linger from Nancy Cruzan’s right-to-die case Dennis Graves KY3 News biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
End government science funding Terence Kealey Cato Institute policy
Engineering vascularized tissue Jain, Au, Tam, Duda, and Fukumura Nature Biotechnology biomedical, genetics human research
English libel reform to bring peer-review protection Daniel Cressey Nature news blog law peer review, publishing communicating science
English Wikipedia anti-SOPA blackout Wikimedia Foundation Wikimedia Foundation copyright, intellectual property, internet access, privacy policy
Environment and US policy top global fears Simon Tisdall The Guardian environment policy
Environment: carbon mitigation by biofuels or by saving and restoring forests? Righelato and Spracklen Science Magazine environment pollution
Environmental ethics Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy environment Environmental Value Theory
Environmental Ethics journal
Environmental Ethics by Ron Epstein environment teaching
Environmental Ethics Links teaching
Environmental impacts of what we eat: the difficulty of apples-to-apples comparisons. Janet D. Stemwedel Scientific American Blogs environment food
Environmental Values journal
EPA to regulate nanoproducts sold as germ-killing Rick Weiss Washington Post environment, nanotechnology
EPEA: The Cradle to Cradle Vision EPEA EPEA design, environment
Equine cloning's triple play shed's light on calcium, cell signaling, human disease Science Daily Science Daily biology, biomedical, genetics cloning
Essentials of Language Documentation: Google Books Google Books language documentation
Ethanol and biofuels Yacobucci and Schnepf Energy Bulletin energy, environment alternative energy
Ethanol from cellulose: a general review P.C. Badger ASHS Press energy, environment alternative energy
Ethical Challenges in Participant Observation: A Reflection on Ethnographic Fieldwork Jun Li Education Resources Information Center anthropology participant observation
Ethical Decision-Making and Internet research: AoIR AoIR AoIR experimentation, online research
Ethical guidelines for research online Amy Bruckham Georgia Institute of Technology experimentation, online research
Ethical Issues In Linguistic Fieldwork: An Overview Keren Rice SpringerLink language documentation
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice journal
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice journal
Ethical Updates: Introduction to various Ethical viewpoints and issues teaching
Ethics journal
Ethics and nanotechnologies: a basis for action Commission de L'éthique de la Science et de la Technologie la Technologie nanotechnology policy
Ethics and research (Focus On Ethics) High Beam Business High Beam Business research integrity, research misconduct
Ethics and the environment Tom Duddy Minerva, An Internet Journal of Philosophy environment Environmental Value Theory
Ethics and the Practice of Qualitative Research Ian Shaw Qualitative Social Work research conduct, research design
Ethics and the welfare of the physics profession Kate Kirby and Frances A. Houle Physics Today physics research integrity, research misconduct
Ethics Center hosts discussion on oil industry WMU News WMU News energy, environment research integrity, research misconduct
Ethics in Fieldwork Research: A Case Study Gary deVoss, et al. Education Resources Information Center research integrity education, field study
Ethics in medicine: physician-assisted suicide Clarence H. Braddock University of Washington School of Medicine biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Ethics in Medicine: University of Washington School of Medicine biomedical organization
Ethics in Public Life Initiative: University of Michigan organization
Ethics in Research Experiment-Resources.com Experiment-Resources.com research integrity, research misconduct
Ethics of boosting brainpower debated by researchers Science Daily Science Daily biomedical, genetics human research
Ethics of Fieldwork Bryn Mawr research conduct, research design field research
Ethics Programs: University of Miami organization
Ethics, Informed Consent, and Fieldwork Journal of Anthropological Research informed consent, research conduct, research design, research ethics field research
Ethics, Problem Framing, and Training in Qualitative Inquiry Jan Nespor and Susan L. Groenke Qualitative Inquiry research conduct, research design
Ethnography as a solution to #AAAfail Alex Golub Savage Minds anthropology AAA science controversy
Ethnography in the Forest: An Analysis of Ethics in the Morals of Anthropology Quetzil E. Castañeda Wiley Online Library anthropology field research
Euthanasia Euthanasia.com Euthanasia biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Euthanasia Brian Pollard MercatorNet biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Euthanasia National Right to Life Committee National Right to Life Committee biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Euthanasia Lorenzo Cantoni alleanzacattolica.org biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Euthanasia Netherlands Ministry of Health, Welfare, and Support Netherlands Ministry of Health, Welfare, and Support biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Euthanasia & physician-assisted suicide...what are doctors thinking? Medicinenet.com Medicinenet biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide PAS Religioustolerance.org biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Euthanasia and religion Religiousfacts.com biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia religion
Euthanasia and the right to die Dr. Sam Vankin Narcissistic Abuse biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Evolution and Its Discontents: A Role for Scientists in Science Education FASEB Journal evolution
Exit international: website for Australian euthanasia advocacy organization biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Exit This Way Luke Turf Compassion and Choices biology, biomedical, medicine euthanasia
Extra scrutiny for ‘grandee grantees’ Eric Hand Nature funding, grants
Face up to fraud Nature research misconduct, scientific fraud
FBI E-mail shows rift over warramtless phone record grabs Ryan Singel WIRED Magazine information technology privacy
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Personal Privacy is Dead And Getting Deadlier With Nanotechnology Naresh Kumar International Business Times nanotechnology privacy
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Use of US croplands for biofuels increases greenhouse gases through emissions from land-use change Searchinger et al. Science Magazine energy, environment alternative energy
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