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Month: June 2022

Ethics governance in Scottish universities: How can we do better? – by Cristina Douglas and Edward Dove

Research ethics and ethics governance: where do we stand now? The norm of good research practice in British universities is to obtain a favourable opinion…

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The robotic arms race: a discussion of the implications of two competing robotic systems – by Andrew Linn and Rachel Simpson

Since 2018, over a million robotic operations are performed every year worldwide. Laparoscopic keyhole surgery, a technique first popularised throughout the 1980’s, steadily proved itself…

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