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MarieSkłodowskaCurie Feb 2
“Let’s stop talking about excellence all the time, and let’s focus instead on the responsibility of researchers. Instead of forcing them to publish and publish, let’s give scientists time to reflect.” Trudy at
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MarieSkłodowskaCurie Feb 2
Trudy from the University of Groningen at : “Doing good research is much more than just counting or measuring. So what makes good research? It needs to be based on values.”
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Riccardo MG Ferrari Feb 2
Trudy from the University of Groningen at
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Vitae Feb 2
Replying to @Vitae_news
: benefits of “realistic realism” in research include not just better research but also greater trust in (good) research
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Vitae Feb 2
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’s paper has important implications for researchers, who should consider interrogating/reflecting on the values underlying their work, but also for the ways in which it is communicated to various publics, and of course for researchers development as a sector
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Vitae Feb 2
Replying to @Vitae_news
: classifications create “realities” with important consequences for how research is applied. Definitions are not “neutral”; they reflect values in societies
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Nata Balcazar Feb 2
Great speech of Trudy indeed. Scientists are creating reality, not only discovering it
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ICCRAM_UBU Feb 2
Trudy at Annual Conference : more democracy more trust in (good) research better research
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Imer Muhović Feb 2
Excellent talk by prof. emeritus Trudy , definition does not equal discovery!
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Lucile Turc Feb 2
A lot of food for thought in Trudy 's inspiring talk about this morning at . Scientific results can only be fully comprehended if we also share how we obtained them, which assumptions we made and what definitions we used.
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Ivana Kraiselburd Feb 2
"Research not only discovers reality, it also creates it" Trudy at
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