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Nyhetsartikel13 augusti 2018BrysselGeneraldirektoratet för forskning och innovation

The General Activity Report of the previous EGE mandate is now available

The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE) has prepared a General Activity Report describing the main activities of the group in the course of its 2011-2016 mandate.

The context of increasing demand for a broadened ethical expertise, the variety of domains and stakeholders engaged in the development of these ethical frameworks, as well as a set of forward-looking perspectives are some of the points in it.

During its 2011-2016 mandate, four extended Opinions were adopted:

  • on information and communication technologies
  • on energy
  • on security and surveillance
  • and on new health technologies and citizen participation

In addition, three statements were also produced: on clinical trials, on research integrity and on gene editing.

General activity report 2011-2016 on the activities of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies


13 augusti 2018
Generaldirektoratet för forskning och innovation