Research Integrity: Good Scientific Practice (for Natural and Life Sciences) - online

Good Scientific Practice - online23.01.2023 10:00 - 17:00 (Mon)onlineDr. Peter, Schröder

Please note that all participants for courses on Research Integrity will first be placed on a waiting list. You will shortly receive a confirmation message if places are available.

Before booking a workshop, please make sure that you can attend for the entire duration and save the dates. When participants do not show up or cancel on a very short notice, other interested parties are denied a chance to participate.


For candidates in all years of doctoral research  in the natural and life sciences. 



  • Enhancing and supporting problem awareness in good scientific practice

  • Obeying the rules of good scientific practice during daily research

  • Problem identification, evasion and solving



  • DFG guidelines on Good Scientific Practice

  • History, basic rules and recommendations

  • Conflict in academia

  • Ethical aspects of academic research

  • Research involving humans and derived data

  • Documentation

  • Intellectual property: citing and using IP

  • Creating new intellectual property

  • Critically reflecting your steps



The workshop will pick up existing problems and work on solutions using a mixture of „ex-cathedra“ teaching, jointed and group phases. Results will be documented and circulated.

Please Note

This course is open for doctoral candidates of the Berlin University Alliance and Universität Potsdam. All those eligible have to sign up via the Dahlem Research School course booking platform.

 If there are free spots, we also allow postdocs to participate.

This workshop comprises 8 workunits.

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Dr. Peter Schröder