On Being a Scientist: Responsible Conduct in Research
National Academy Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Philosophy - 27 pages
First published in 1988 and now updated, "On Being a Scientist" presents discussions of the social and historical context of science, the allocation of credit for discovery, the scientist's role in society, the issues revolving around publication, and many other aspects of scientific work. The booklet explores the inevitable conflicts that arise when the black and white areas of science meet the gray areas of human values and biases.
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