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Research culture : science from bench to society

(2021) BIOLOGY OPEN. 10(8).
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Research is a long process in which the collaboration between stakeholders involved in academia, industry and governments is crucial. Ideally, these stakeholders should work together to better align the innovation process with the values, needs and expectations of the research community. Reflecting on how we perform research and how our discoveries can benefit society is therefore of the utmost importance. The complete system of shared values concerning the research process is embedded in the concept of research culture, which has been gaining more attention in recent years. With the hope of increasing awareness of research culture among established scientists and early-career professionals, in this manuscript we discuss what research culture is, what it consists of and how it can positively influence scientific developments.
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Research culture, Sustainable careers, RRI, RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH, INNOVATION

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Canti, Lorenzo, et al. “Research Culture : Science from Bench to Society.” BIOLOGY OPEN, vol. 10, no. 8, 2021, doi:10.1242/bio.058919.
APA
Canti, L., Chrzanowska, A., Doglio, M. G., Martina, L., & Van Den Bossche, T. (2021). Research culture : science from bench to society. BIOLOGY OPEN, 10(8). https://doi.org/10.1242/bio.058919
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Canti, Lorenzo, Anna Chrzanowska, Maria Giulia Doglio, Lia Martina, and Tim Van Den Bossche. 2021. “Research Culture : Science from Bench to Society.” BIOLOGY OPEN 10 (8). https://doi.org/10.1242/bio.058919.
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Canti, Lorenzo, Anna Chrzanowska, Maria Giulia Doglio, Lia Martina, and Tim Van Den Bossche. 2021. “Research Culture : Science from Bench to Society.” BIOLOGY OPEN 10 (8). doi:10.1242/bio.058919.
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Canti L, Chrzanowska A, Doglio MG, Martina L, Van Den Bossche T. Research culture : science from bench to society. BIOLOGY OPEN. 2021;10(8).
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L. Canti, A. Chrzanowska, M. G. Doglio, L. Martina, and T. Van Den Bossche, “Research culture : science from bench to society,” BIOLOGY OPEN, vol. 10, no. 8, 2021.
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