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Beyond Research Ethics: Dialogues in Neuro-ICT Research
An alternative way of approaching ethics in neuro-ICT research is developed, based on discourse ethics, which implements Responsible Research and Innovation through dialogues and draws on work in Ethics Support as empirical evidence of the viability of this approach.
The husbandry, perception and ‘improvement’ of turkeys in Britain, 1500–1900
Abstract The introduction of the turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) to Britain is documented during the first half of the 16th century. These birds initially featured on the tables of the powerful and
DMP XII: Excavations and Survey of the so-called Garamantian Royal Cemetery (GSC030–031)
Abstract Survey and excavation by the Burials and Identity team of the Desert Migrations Project (DMP) focused in 2011 on the so-called Royal Cemetery of the Garamantes close to the Jarma escarpment,
Urban Animals: Human-Poultry Relationships in Later Post-Medieval Belfast
  • B. Fothergill
  • History
    International journal of historical archaeology
  • 22 April 2016
Zooarchaeological data from the faunal assemblage from St. Anne’s Square, a 0.77 ha seventeenth to early twentieth-century site in Belfast, combined with historical legislation, court records, and news sheets held by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland reveal the complexity of and contradictions implicit in poultry-human relationships in Belfast and nearby areas.
Human‐Aided Movement of Viral Disease and the Archaeology of Avian Osteopetrosis
  • B. Fothergill
  • Medicine
    International journal of osteoarchaeology
  • 25 May 2017
The nature of these pathogens is discussed, criteria for differential diagnosis is outlined, and a fresh perspective on the human‐aided movement of animal disease in the past is offered through investigation of the incidence and geographic distribution of avian osteopetrosis lesions from the first century BC to the post‐medieval period.
Responsible Data Governance of Neuroscience Big Data
The concept of “responsible data governance,” applying the principles of Responsible Research and Innovation to the challenges presented by the governance of neuroscience big data in the Human Brain Project (HBP), is developed.