Interview with Professor Julian Kinderlerer “On ethics, trust and responsible R&I”
During the SATORI Final Conference, held from 18-19 September 2017, in Brussels Belgium, in a short interview Emeritus Professor of Intellectual Property Law from the University of Cape Town, talked about research ethics, why it is so important topic, responsibility of institutions and individual researches in R&I, trust and transparency, but also about ethics, as a challenging aspect of research process.
Professor Kinderlerer is a newly appointed member of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE). From 2006-2016 Professor Kinderlerer served as president of this group. He is a former Professor of Biotechnology & Society at the University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands. In addition to this, he was Director and Professor of Biotechnology Law at the Sheffield Institute of Biotechnological Law and Ethics, University of Sheffield.