The EUA Council for Doctoral Education’s (EUA-CDE) Doctoral Education Bulletin (Winter 2015) edition on Ethics in Doctoral Education featured an article by Rok Benčin, (Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts), Daniela Ovadia (European Union of Science Journalists’ Associations (EUSJA) consultant) and Rowena Rodrigues (Trilateral Research Ltd) on ” A comprehensive picture of ethics assessment in the EU: A spotlight on the SATORI project”. The article shared some findings of SATORI’s study on “Ethical Assessment of Research and Innovation: A Comparative Analysis”, and discussed specific findings in relation to universities. The EUA-CDE’s mission is to contribute to the development, advancement and improvement of doctoral education and research training in Europe and it is a platform for European universities on doctoral education both inside Europe and internationally and contributes to enhancing the visibility of doctoral/graduate/research schools and programmes.
SATORI was also covered in the Association for Research Ethics (AfRE) February 2016 newsletter. AfRE seeks to promote excellence in ethical research in human beings