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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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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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Workshop June 2016

By on 7. June 2016 in Events with 0 Comments

Time: 13-14 June. Place: St. Olav MTS21 Medisinsk teknisk senter The workshop investigates how scientific visions of the common good expressed in the Life Sciences may come in conflict with other concerns. We discuss short term and long-term research efforts to release the potentials of Big Data This workshop is arranged by RESET (The Research […]

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September 2015: Knowledge Management and the Futures of our Society

By on 7. November 2015 in Events with 0 Comments

September 8-9, Medical Faculty MTS11, NTNU Programme Visions of Systems Biology carry hopes of understanding biology better thereby enabling the improvement of a range of practices within our society. In particular, systems biology holds promises for enhancing the health sector and being an essential approach towards personalized medicine. Innovative interdisciplinary collaborative structures as well as […]

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HUNT Workshop September 2015

By on 10. September 2015 in Events with 0 Comments
HUNT Workshop September 2015

Time for a New Approach for Consent and Engagement in Large Population-based Health Studies RESET – the Research Group on the Ethos of Technology at NTNU and the HUNT 4 Ethics advisory board welcomes you to our workshop on consent. This is a timely workshop as the Health Survey of Nord-Trøndelag is planning their fourth […]

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September 2015: Engagement and participatory day in the HUNT-study

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September 2015: Engagement and participatory day in the HUNT-study

Dato: Mandag 21. september 2015 Tid: kl. 17:00-19:00 Sted: HUNT-Forskningssenter (Levanger) I 2017 vil Helseundersøkelsen i Nord-Trøndelag samle inn data og blodprøver (HUNT4). Flere mener at du som deltaker bør være bedre informert om og mer involvert i det som skjer med dine blodprøver og helseopplysninger. Men her strides de lærde… Nå er tiden kommet […]

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Workshop March 2015: Research Methods at the Interface of Empirical and Normative Research in Health and Ethics

By on 7. March 2015 in Events with 0 Comments

The two HF/NTNU spearhead projects RESET: Personalized Medicine and Posthuman Perspectives on Welfare Technologies organize a workshop on research methodologies at the interface of empirical and normative research of health and ethics. The projects have a multi-sited approach combining several research methods: document analysis, qualitative interviews, focus group interviews, communication analysis, and normative ethical analysis. […]

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Workshop June 2014: The normative dimensions of new technologies

By on 7. April 2014 in Events with 0 Comments

In this workshop we will aim to articulate and discuss approaches and methodology that seeks to make normative research activity and research output productive in contexts of ongoing societal and technological decision-making. Central questions at this workshop will include: What are the adequate methods for answering the normative challenges posed by emerging technologies? How do […]

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