Ethics and Codes of
of Conduct: Science
on Science and Society--from Science, in in partnership with the American Association for the Advancement of
Research--guidelines and codes from various institutions and
professional science organizations.
in Science--includes a bibliography, course outlines, and
Ethics Center for Engineering and Science--presents codes of
ethics, case studies and ethical dilemmas, and suggestions for ethical
decision making. It also provides the correct citation for their
pages, both APA and MLA, at the very bottom of the page.
and Science -- "The American people depend upon federal
agencies to develop science-based policies that protect the nationís
health and welfare. Recently, however, leading scientific journals
have begun to question whether scientific integrity at federal
agencies has been sacrificed to further a political and ideological
agenda. At the request of Rep. Henry A. Waxman, the Democratic staff
of the Government Reform Committee in the U.S. House of
Representatives assessed the treatment of science and scientists by
the Bush Administration."
Conduct In Research--published by the National Academy of
Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of
Medicine in 1995 and remains an essential source for current
information on many aspects of scientific conduct.