For Building Trust in Science:
Good Scientific Practice (GSP)

Good Scientific Practice (GSP) implies the core values of integrity, transparency, following best practices, and being oriented towards the FAIR principles. Following the ethics of GSP not only ensures quality assurance and control, but also is the basis for trustworthiness of the scientist and their results. Thus, GSP is the premise for acceptance of scientific work in both science and society and the essential requirement for sustainable success, trust, and long-term recognition in science.

FLI is steadily enhancing its own measures to develop and maintain high GSP standards, guided by the latest experiences and developments in-house and elsewhere. This website provides an overview on measures, guidelines, and self-commitments for the compliance with GSP at FLI, as well as additional information on Research Data Management (RDM), ombudspersons, and the data steward.