ETHICS & CRITERIAS
This section contains the ethical rules that the projects participating in the contest must comply with. The fundamental principles that guide the relationships of INTOC and participants are listed below:
Ethics and Researcher: The person who prepares a science project accepts scientific ethics as the basic criteria at all stages of the process, does not violate the basic ethical rules.
Truthfulness: Data can only be analyzed using scientific methods. It is derived from the actual experiments and observations conducted.
Scientific Research Does Not Harm: The experimental made on animals does not suffer unnecessary damage and pain in the studies. For experiments on live subjects, permission must be obtained from the competent authorities. Experiments performed must comply with animal experiment ethics.
Responsibility to Produce Useful Information for Humanity: Individuals who generate science projects should have the responsibility for the development of useful data for humanity.
Presentation Made by the Students Who Work Actively in the Project: The project presentation should be done by students who are involved in the design and planning of the research from the beginning.
Types of Ethical Violations: a scientific project should not be plagiarized.
Referencing: While benefiting from project-oriented resources, at the end of the project, resources are in accordance with scientific ethics should be displayed in the form.
CRITERIA FOR WRITING THE PROJECT TEXT AND VIDEO
This text should be a brief summary of the project.
Maximum 300 words.
Describes the project and includes relevant drawings, photos, tables, charts to support the findings.
Maximum total number of pages is 15 or maximum 3000 words.
References and supporters should be written at the and of the project report.
Project videos should be the lenght of 5 minutes max. (.mp4)