Reflecting On Science

Recent Publications

Grinnell, F. (2013) It is time to update US biomedical funding. (World View) Nature. 501: 137.

Grinnell, F. (2014) The interrelationship between research integrity, conflict of interest, and the research environment. J. Microbiol Biol Educ. 15: 162-164.

Grinnell, F. (2015) Rethink our approach to assessing risk. (World View) Nature. 522: 257.

Grinnell, F. (2016) Objectivity. In Vocabulary for the Study of Religion. Ed. Robert Segal and Kocku von Stuckrad. Leiden: Brill Online Reference Works.

Grinnell, F., Dalley, S., Shepherd, K., and Reisch, J. (2017) High school science fair and research integrity. PLOS ONE. Published on line: March 22, 2017

Grinnell, F., Sadler, J.Z., McNamara, V. Senetar, K., and Reisch, J. (2017) Confidence of IRB Members in their Assessments of Human Research Risk: A Study of IRB Decision-Making in Action. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics. 12: 140-149

Grinnell, F., Dalley, S., Shepherd, K., and Reisch, J. (2018) High School Science Fair: Student Opinions Regarding Whether Participation Should Be Required or Optional and Why. PLOS ONE, Published on line: August 10. 2018

Grinnell, F. (2018) Teaching research integrity – Using history and philosophy of science to introduce ideas about the ambiguity of research practice. HPS&ST Newsletter Opinion Page, November

Grinnell, F. (2019) Abduction in Everyday Practice of Science: The Logic of Unintended Experiments. Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society. 55(3): 215-227.

Grinnell, F., Dalley, S., and Reisch, J. (2020) High School Science Fair: Positive and Negative Outcomes - PLOS ONE. 15 (2), e0229237

Grinnell, F. and Dalley, S. (2020) How to Make Science Fairs More Effective. NSTA Reports. 31(5): 3.

Grinnell, F. (2020) Reinventing Science Fairs. Issues in Science and Technology. 36: 23-25.

Grinnell, F. (2020) Biomedical ethics 2.0: redefining the meaning of disease, patient and treatment. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology.