The Morgridge Institute for Research launched the fourth Ethics Cartooning Competition, a research ethics competition for junior scientists including grad students, post docs, lab techs, and people with scientist-level positions at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and its affiliated biomedical research centers or institutes.
This year the entrants created cartoons on a variety of research ethics topics including social impacts of scientific research, particularly issues on public health and vaccine development.
A panel of judges has chosen 17 cartoons for display to the public. The judges applied the following three criteria: depiction and analysis of a research ethics issue; humor; and artistry.
Voting has closed.
For permission to copy or use a cartoon, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 608-316-4400.