Exploring Ethics: The Conduct of Science in the Information Age with Katherine Kantardjieff

3/5/2012; 59 minutes

New digital technologies that are transforming the conduct of science create challenges regarding access, ownership, quality, and validation of data. Katherine Kantardjieff, the dean of the College of Science and Mathematics at CSU San Marcos, addresses technical, social and ethical implications of conducting science in the information age. This lecture is part of the Henrietta Lacks series sponsored by the Center for Ethics in Science and Technology in San Diego. (#23212)

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