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Since 2011, Inria has had an ad hoc body to assess the legal and ethical issues confronting staff involved in Inria missions.The Operational Committee for the Evaluation of Legal and Ethical Risks (Coerle) has a number of roles. It examines and issues an opinion on the research and experiments conducted at Inria, and on the software, knowledge and data it publishes.It approves the ethical aspects of research projects and the publication of their findings.It is also the authority on the scientific integrity of the output of Inria and its staff.
Coerle operates at various levels: it advises project-teams and helps them cover their potential ethical and legal risks. When a matter is referred to Coerle, the committee examines the project then issues a detailed opinion, which might concern experiments or the publication of software, knowledge or data.
European Human Resources Strategy for Researchers: Inria obtains the “Human Resources – Excellence in Research” label from the European Union
Inria recently obtained the Human Resources – Excellence in Research label from the European Union, underlining the quality of its approach towards human resources for scientists. This label is an opportunity to highlight both Inria’s place in the European Research and Innovation Area and its commitment to improving its appeal to the scientific community.