Research Group on the Ethos of Technology

Ane Møller Gabrielsen

Workshop: The Road to Well-constructed Knowledge Commons for the Life Sciences

By on 29. May 2019 in Events, News
Workshop: The Road to Well-constructed Knowledge Commons for the Life Sciences

The RESET-affiliated project Crossover Research 2: Well-constructed Knowledge Commons is arranging a workshop on life science knowledge management. Dates: June 25. – 26. 2019Venue: Scandic NidelvenRegistration: Please register here for workshop participation, lunch and dinner before June 17th. The Road to Well-constructed Knowledge Commons for the Life Sciences     The main obstacle for computationally […]

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Lessons from Scandinavia

By on 8. October 2018 in News
Lessons from Scandinavia

RESET-forsker Lars Ursin og Janicke Syltern har vært gjesteredaktører for et spesialnummer om bioetiske problemstillinger i tidsskriftet Pediatrics. De bidrar også med flere artikler i spesialnummeret, som dreier seg om etikk i nyfødtmedisinen i Skandinavia. Berge Solberg fra RESET har også en artikkel i spesialnummeret, som kan leses i sin helhet her. Utdrag: Look to […]

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#MeTooAkademia

By on 28. February 2018 in News
#MeTooAkademia

“Tafsing på fagmiddager, trakassering i plenum og faglig baksnakking fra avviste flørtere. #MetooAkademia viser maktmisbruk med bred palett.” RESET-forsker Sophia Efstathiou og Marit Hovdal Moan intervjuet i Morgenbladet i anledning #MeTooAkademia-kampanjen.

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Fanget av kjønnsfella

By on 28. September 2017 in Blog, Media, News
Fanget av kjønnsfella

“Mannen er allestedsnærværende; kvinnekroppene er unntakene. Det gjelder både Starmus og utstillingen Body Worlds Vital.” Kronikk  i Adresseavisen om Body Worlds Vital av Sara Orning og RESET-forsker Ane Møller Gabrielsen.  

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Forskning på liv og død

By on 25. September 2017 in News
Forskning på liv og død

“For noen år siden publiserte Aftenposten nakenbilder av Fridtjof Nansen, fra boken Nansens siste kjærlighet. Oppslaget vakte debatt: Var ikke dette private bilder? Hadde det offentlighetens interesse? Samtidig, mannen er jo død, hvilken skade kan offentliggjøringen av disse bildene gjøre? Hvem tar skade av det – Nansen?”   RESET-forsker Lars Ursin blogger i NTNU sin fagblogg […]

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Open meeting about genetic research September 6th

By on 29. August 2017 in News

On the day before the RESET workshop, we will arrange an open meeting, engaging the public and the wider medical and research community on the topic of return of research results. The meeting will be arranged in collaboration with the Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board. Registration and more information.

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RESET Workshop September 7-8: Feedback of Individual Genetic Results to Research Participants: Is it feasible? Should we do it? If so – why and when?

By on 29. August 2017 in Blog, Events, News

The RESET research group is hosting the last of three workshops in a project funded by the Research Council of Norway, the SAMKUL program. The previous workshops have been on dynamic consent and protection of privacy. Recent developments in genetics and genomics have led to an intensified international debate about whether relevant genetic information should […]

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Professor Berge Solberg on selective reduction in Adresseavisen

By on 13. January 2017 in Media, News
Professor Berge Solberg on selective reduction in Adresseavisen

Berge Solberg, Professor in Medical Ethics, is interviewed about the dilemmas of selective reduction of fetuses in multifetal pregnancies (in Norwegian).   

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Professor Bjørn Myskja on egg donation (video)

By on 13. January 2017 in Media, News
Professor Bjørn Myskja on egg donation (video)

Should donation of eggs be allowed in Norway? How to decide? Professor Bjørn Myskja, Vice Head of The Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board, shares his thoughts in this video (In Norwegian).

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Workshop: Response/Ability

By on 16. November 2016 in News
Workshop: Response/Ability

Exercises in responsible research and innovation from art, science and humanities perspectives Trondheim Art Society/Trondhjem Kunstforeningen 17-18 November 2016 This two-day workshop invites humanists, artists and scientists to reflect on ideas and practices of responsibility, and their role in research, innovation and art practices. Academic research is usually judged by standards of epistemic excellence, that […]

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