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Hearing the warbler sing among the blossoms and the frog in his fresh waters— is there any living being not given to song? Flaque d'eau sans un pli — le coq qui boit et son image se prennent par le bec. Puddle without a ripple. The drinking rooster and its image Catch each other's beaks. Kame no ko wa nosori nosori to haute iku kimi waru keredo ware mo iku kana.
The little turtle crawls — slowly, slowly — and I find it hard not to think that I myself move on just like her! Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats. La formation par les employeurs. Such ontological multiplicity is precious to better understand both the modes of existence of walls in the city and the politics of public order maintenance.
This article examines the evolution of peer review and the modern editorial processes of scholarly journals by analyzing a novel data set derived from the Royal Society's archives and covering , that is, the historical period in which refereeing not yet known as peer review became firmly established. Our analysis reveals how the Royal Society's editorial processes coped with both an increasing reliance on refereeing and a growth in submissions, while maintaining collective responsibility and minimizing research waste.
By engaging more of its fellows in editorial activity, the society was able to establish an equilibrium of number of submissions per reviewer that was relatively stable over time. Nevertheless, our analysis shows that the distribution of editorial work was significantly uneven.
Our findings reveal interesting parallels with current concerns about the scale and distribution of peer review work and suggest the strategic importance of the management of the editorial process to achieve a creative mix of community commitment and professional responsibility that is essential in contemporary journals. Ethics in the making. For a pragmatic approach to research ethics commissions Research ethics commissions REC concentrate a large part of the debates on research ethics.
However, few ethnographic inquires have been carried out to investigate their work. By developing a pragmatic approach to REC, this article seeks to reconsider how to approach this debate by thinking of research ethics as a process in the making. This article is based on an ethnographic study conducted at the REC of a Swiss canton.
Firstly, it focuses on the work modalities of the REC, which functions as a collective agency that evaluates submitted research projects. Secondly, the article aims to characterize the work of the REC. To produce robust decisions, the REC articulates a plurality of conventional foundations that are sometimes in friction. In conclusion, we reassess the contributions of a pragmatic approach to capture and understand the production of research ethics, but also to discuss its modalities. While the EU Court of Justice has established an equivalence between gene edited organisms and GMOs, how have national institutions and committees from EU member states positioned themselves regarding the use of gene editing in agriculture?
In order to answer this question, this article examines and compares 11 official reports and position statements from 7 European countries: Germany, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Denmark, and Sweden. The various kinds of issues that are addressed and arguments that are made in the reports are coded into large categories innovation, risk, ethics, legislation, etc. The paper discusses the main similarities and differences in terms of how the governance of gene editing is problematized.
For instance, while some reports consider gene editing in terms of technology, risk and regulation, others situate gene editing within larger debates about agriculture, intellectual property, ethics, public participation, and the responsibility of scientists. The paper aims to provide a useful resource to broaden debates on the future regulation of gene editing within and beyond Europe.
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It also calls for an analysis of the objectification of gene editing: how are gene edited organisms rendered tangible, discussable and public via policy processes? How are they tied to national territories, identities, histories or products and how does this re nationalizing of gene edited organisms matter within and beyond EU member states?
The vine breeding of varieties resistant to two major pathogens mildew and powdery mildew underpins the promise of a pesticide-free viticulture.
Numerous questions appear while professionals try to plant these varietal innovations in their vineyard: what is a good grape variety? Going faster is a challenge for growers who want to test new production methods associated with new markets. In that context, testing these varieties is a necessity. This paper focuses on one of these specific tests conducted in the Languedoc Wine Region France. Technicians, scientists and economic players in this sector all together organise the testing in order to distribute the first experimental plants through regional winegrowers.
To analyse what qualifies a good experimentation, I follow how actors formulate their concerns and what they take into account in such situations.