ENERI was actively involved in the 6th World Conference on Research Integrity in Hong Kong (WCRI) from 2-5 June 2019. ENERI partners, together with ENRIO, presented project information and results at an information booth – a large number of interested visitors stopped by.

Furthermore, Erika Löfström (picture below) from University of Helsinki represented the ENERI project and discussed about expert strategies in research integrity problem-solving. Birgit Buschbom (OeAWI) presented ENERI in a poster session and Nicole Foeger (OeAWI) was a member of the planning committee of the WCRI. Grace van Arkel (University of Maastricht) presented on behalf of ENERI on “Managing research misconduct: national institutional structures for research integrity in 23 countries in Europe with a comparison of the Austrian and Luxembourgish structures”. Costas Charitidis and Panagiotis Kavouras from NTUA presented two posters (“The new Greek law for the operation of Research Ethics and Deontology Committees: Context and challenges” and “Beyond the Dual Use divide – Strengthening Europe’s innovation potential”).

The ENERI partners are looking forward to contibute to the 7th World Conference in Cape Town, South Africa next year. For more information on the WCRI please visit the official site of the conference.