COMETS, CNRS ethics comittee
COMETS is a forum for reflection. Through its Opinions and the training initiatives that it undertakes or in which it participates, COMETS draws the attention of research and management staff to the ethical and societal dimensions of research. In so doing, it aims to shed light on research freedoms bearing in mind the duties and responsibilities which staff members have towards the CNRS and more generally towards society.
COMETS publishes a Opinion “Freedom and Responsibility: Academic Researchers’ Public Advocacy ” (n°2023-44), approved on 23 june 2023.Access the Opinion SUMMARY – Academic research staff have long been advocates of various causes in the public arena; researchers...
Environmental impact of research & innovation : the CNRS office in Brussels invites you to discuss this issue with the chair of the CNRS ethics committee, Dr Christine Noiville – Wednesday, 7 June 2023, Bruxelles.
Environmental impact of research & innovation Mitigating the environmental impact of scientific activities without giving up on research excellence ? The CNRS office in Brussels invites you to discuss this issue with the chair of the CNRS ethics committee, Dr...
COMETS Opinion « Integrating environmental issues into research practices – An ethical responsibility »
COMETS publishes a Opinion "Integrating environmental issues into research practices - An ethical responsibility" (n°2022-43), approved on 5 December 2022. Access the Opinion SUMMARY - COMETS was asked by the CNRS President to address the issue of the environmental...
Interview with Christine Noiville, President of COMETS: « The research community has a responsibility to limit the environmental impact of its activities ».
The CNRS ethics committee (Comets) today issued an opinion on the environmental impact of research. Its chair Christine Noiville summarises the main messages for us. Access the interview (source CNRS infos 12/12/2022)