New Report Says Individual Research Results Should Be Shared With Participants More Often; Recommends Framework for Decision-Making
When conducting research involving the testing of human biospecimens, investigators and their institutions should routinely consider whether and how to return individual research results on a study-specific basis through an informed decision-making process, says a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
European Academies Call for a Clear and Inclusive Definition of 'Associated Countries' in Horizon Europe
The European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities (ALLEA) has submitted feedback to the European Parliament with suggestions for concrete amendments to the Proposal for the Regulation establishing Horizon Europe.
DEAL and Elsevier Negotiations: Elsevier Demands Unacceptable for the Academic Community
"Elsevier is still not willing to offer a deal in the form of a nationwide agreement in Germany that responds to the needs of the academic community in line with the principles of open access and that is financially sustainable," says Horst Hippler, the lead negotiator and spokesperson for the DEAL Project Steering Committee.