Free Webinar – Research Integrity Office (UKRIO) – Science Communication and Research Integrity

UKRIO LogoUKRIO has announced details of a forthcoming Free Webinar “Science communication and research communication” Wednesday 26 June 2024 10:00 – 11:oo. 

Speakers will discuss how ‘scicomm’ should consider the rigour of the original research and its publication process, including any peer review and principles relevant for scicomm, such as accuracy, transparency and declaration of interests.

Experts Speakers will be:

Mun-Keat Looi, International Features Editor at the BMJ and Journalism Lecturer at Imperial College London, will look ‘outwards’, debating the relation between research results and their eventual career in public media, with especial reference to trust, accuracy and social justice.

Dr Stephen Webster, Senior Lecturer in Science Communication, Imperial College London and Director of The Good Science Project will, by contrast, will look ‘inwards’, discussing the role of communication within the science institution, asking in particular how the objectives of the university, and the objectives of the actual researcher, can be properly aligned.


As BU subscribes to UKRIO services, UKRIO webinars are free and open to anyone who may be interested in research integrity and ethics, good research practice and improving research culture and avoiding misconduct.

To register – please click here (takes you to external website).