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What do Ethics have to do with Science?
Do our engineers and other professionals have enough professional integrity to avoid disastrous consequences?
Are the following effective?
Codes of conduct or ethics
Ethics committees and councils
Training of students
Efforts to raise awareness
The National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF) hosts this Discussion Forum on Ethics that will shed some light on these (mostly invisible) issues. Join the Forum for this dynamic discussion on 19 March 2015 in Kempton Park, Gauteng and make your contribution to the debate. Click here to register and for more information
Annual Report 2014 The abovementioned report provides summarised feedback on NSTF activities during the 2013/14 financial year, in line with the organisation’s current strategic plan. Activities reported on include contracted projects for the Department of Science and Technology, a series of workshops with NSTF members and other SETI stakeholders on relevant issues in science and technology, youth interventions, and the annual NSTF–BHP Billiton Awards process. The NSTF would like to thank all members for their contributions, support and input.
Science, Engineering and Technology in the News
3 March, 2015
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NSTF is a broadly-representative forum of organisations in Science, Engineering, Technology and Innovation (SETI), and was established in 1995. The NSTF has a proud history of involvement in SETI policy issues and the promotion of discussion about SETI matters. Since 1998, the NSTF, has organised the prestigious NSTF Awards.