About

Our mission

The goal of The Embassy of Good Science is to promote research integrity among all those involved in research. The platform is open to anyone willing to learn or support others in fostering understanding and awareness around Good Science.

The Embassy aims to become a unique ‘go to’ place, a public square where the community of researchers can gather to discuss ‘hot topics’, share knowledge, and find guidance and support to perform science responsibly and with integrity.

We want to focus on researchers’ daily practice. Our ambition is to collaboratively map the laws, policies and guidelines informing good practices and highlight relevant cases, experiences, educational materials and good practice examples. We will also support educators to develop training on research integrity and ethics.

Let our community take over

The Embassy of Good Science is developed by and for researchers, who are willing to gather and join forces to preserve and safeguard good science. No embassy can function without its ambassadors. And that’s where you come in.

The Embassy of Good Science

Your platform for research
integrity and ethics

Our declaration describes the Embassy’s principles in strong, affirmative language. It forms a clear reference for all involved, including you.

Founders

The people and institutes that founded The Embassy:

Guy Widdershoven Amsterdam University Medical Center, NL
Ana Marušić Sveuciliste U Splitu, HR
Giulia Inguaggiato Amsterdam University Medical Center, NL
Natalie Evans Amsterdam University Medical Center, NL
Marc van Hoof Amsterdam University Medical Center, NL

Contributors

The people who already contributed to The Embassy:

Natalie Evans Bert Gordijn Bjørn Hofmann
Marin Viđak Hugh Desmond View all 25

How you can be part of The Embassy

You can already contribute to The Embassy by writing about an issue you care about, sharing your expertise, or uploading your resources.

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Acknowledgements

This is an initiative by the two projects EnTIRE and Virt2ue and founded by European Union’s Horizon 2020 research program under grant agreement N 741782 and 787580.