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Matthias Kaiser is Professor at the Centre for the Study of the Sciences and Humanities (SVT) at the University of Bergen, and Prof. II at the NTNU in Trondheim, having studied at the universities of Munich, Oslo, Stanford and Frankfurt. His areas of expertise include: philosophy of science (Dr.phil.), ethics of science, food ethics, technology assessment and science-for-policy. He is an Affiliated Fellow at the Koi Tū Centre for Informed Futures at the University of Auckland.

Podcast (in Norwegian):

De nasjonale forskningsetiske komiteene: Kan vi stole på forskning? 23 October 2020

De nasjonale forskningsetiske komiteene: Trenger vi forskningsetiske komiteer? 13 October 2020

Academic article
  • Show author(s) 2020. The technique is never neutral. How methodological choices condition the generation of narratives for sustainability. Environmental Science and Policy. 87-98.
  • Show author(s) 2019. Value- And ecosystem-based management approach- And Pacific herring fishery conflict. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 341-364.
  • Show author(s) 2018. Working with research integrity—Guidance for research performing organisations: The Bonn PRINTEGER Statement. Science and Engineering Ethics. 1-12.
  • Show author(s) 2018. Co-producing "post-normal" climate knowledge with communities in northeast Bangladesh. Weather, Climate, and Society. 259-268.
  • Show author(s) 2017. Trust in Food and Trust in Science. Food Ethics. 93-95.
  • Show author(s) 2016. Weaknesses in the ethical framework of aquaculture related standards. Marine Policy. 11-18.
  • Show author(s) 2016. Inclusive governance of aquaculture value-chains: Co-producing sustainability standards for Bangladeshi shrimp and prawns. Ocean and Coastal Management. 13-24.
  • Show author(s) 2016. Food ethics: a Wide Field in Need of Dialogue. Food Ethics. 1-7.
  • Show author(s) 2015. Responsible techno-innovation in aquaculture: Employing ethical engagement to explore attitudes to GM salmon in Northern Europe. Aquaculture. 370-381.
  • Show author(s) 2014. The integrity of science - Lost in translation? Baillière's Best Practice & Research : Clinical Gastroenterology. 339-347.
  • Show author(s) 2014. Harmful routines? Uncertainty in science and conflicting views on routine petroleum operations in Norway. Marine Policy. 313-320.
  • Show author(s) 2012. “Commentary: Looking for conflict and finding none?”. Public Understanding of Science. 188-194.
  • Show author(s) 2012. Good ethics or political and cultural censoring in science? ICES Journal of Marine Science. 493-497.
  • Show author(s) 2007. Developing the ethical matrix as a decision support framework: GM fish as a case study. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics. 65-80.
  • Show author(s) 2007. Developing the Ethical Delphi. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics. 53-63.
Report
  • Show author(s) 2019. Vurderingskriteriet etikk. Veileder for operasjonalisering av vurderingskriteriet etikk i genteknologiloven. .
  • Show author(s) 2019. Veileder for operasjonalisering av vurderingskriteriet etikk i genteknologiloven. .
  • Show author(s) 2019. Forskningsintegritet i kontekst: resultater fra en kvalitativ studie. .
  • Show author(s) 2019. Diskutabel forskningspraksis: holdninger og handlinger. . .
  • Show author(s) 2018. Etikk og integritet i forskning - resultater fra en landsomfattende undersøkelse. .
Lecture
  • Show author(s) 2018. Research Integrity in Norway (RINO).
Academic lecture
  • Show author(s) 2019. The perceived FFP-QRP hierarchy – results from a large-scale survey among Norwegian researchers .
  • Show author(s) 2019. The Murky Waters of QRP - Attitudes and Self-Reported Questionable Research Practices.
Academic anthology/Conference proceedings
  • Show author(s) 2006. Ethics and the politics of food: Preprints of the 6th Congress of the European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics. Wageningen Academic Publishers.
Academic monograph
  • Show author(s) 2015. Interdisciplinary Research and Trans-disciplinary Validity. 43.
  • Show author(s) 2015. Improving Energy Decisions - Towards Better Scientific Policy Advice for a Safe and Secure Future Energy System.
Feature article
  • Show author(s) 2019. Forskningsetikk i Norge: Tid for handling. Forskning.no.
Doctoral dissertation
  • Show author(s) 2015. Intellectual Practicians. An Exploration of Professionalism among Upper Secondary School Teachers with Icelandic Mother Tongue Teachers as a Contextualized Empirical Case.
Interview
  • Show author(s) 2019. 4 av 10 seier dei har gjort noko diskutabelt.
  • Show author(s) 2018. Forskere mangler opplæring En av tre norske forskere oppgir at de aldri har fått opplæring i forskningsetiske retningslinjer.
  • Show author(s) 2018. En av tre norske forskere sier de aldri har fått undervisning i forskningsetikk.
  • Show author(s) 2018. 60 prosent av norske forskere har liten eller ingen opplæring i forskningsetikk.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
  • Show author(s) 2018. Vitenskapelig kunnskap vokser frem. 26 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2017. Franken-food or techno-fix? – Ethical issues of GMOs in Europe. 12 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2017. Ethical issues raised by emerging sciences and technologies. 11 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2016. Sustainable aquaculture governance: challenges to participatory standard setting. 6 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2016. Method in practical ethics: a call for a paradigm change. 6 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2015. Preface in Know your food Food ethics and innovation Edition: 1. 2 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2015. Ethics of Science and a New Social Contract for Knowledge. 25 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2015. Challenges to Evaluating Coastal Management in the Twenty-First Century: Lessons from the Lofoten Archipelago. 20 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2015. Aquaculture and the precautionary principle in the New Zealand Supreme Court. 7 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2013. Whose sustainability counts? Engaging with debates on the sustainability of Bangladeshi shrimp. 8 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2013. Precaution or prudent vigilance as guiding the path to global food security? 7 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2013. Mapping the ethical terrain of Chinese aquaculture. 18 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2012. Why German consumers need to reconsider their preferences: the ethical argument for aquaculture. 5 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2012. The Ethics and Sustainability of Aquaculture.
  • Show author(s) 2012. Mapping core values and ethical principles for livelihoods in Asia. 6 pages.
  • Show author(s) 2012. Dilemmas for Ethical Guidelines for the Sciences. 8 pages.
Foreword
  • Show author(s) 2012. Preface. 17-19.
Chapter
  • Show author(s) 2017. Hard of Herring. 112-119. In:
    • Show author(s) 2017. Reflections of Canada: Illuminating Our Opportunities and Challenges at 150+ Years. Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)

Selection of journal publications the last 10 years:

Current (2021) pre-publications:

  • Kaiser, M., Chen, A. T. Y., & Gluckman, P. (2020). «Should policy makers trust composite indices? A commentary on the pitfalls of inappropriate indices for policy formation». arXiv preprint arXiv:2008.13637.

Articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals:

  • Kaiser, M., Goldson, S., Buklijas, T., Gluckman, P., Allen, K., Bardsley, A., Lam, M.E. (2021). «Towards Post-Pandemic Sustainable and Ethical Food Systems”. Food Ethics, 6:4; https://doi.org/10.1007/s41055-020-00084-3
  • Saltelli, A., Benini, L., Funtowicz, S., Giampietro, M., Kaiser, M., Reinert, E., & van der Sluijs, J. P. (2020). The technique is never neutral. How methodological choices condition the generation of narratives for sustainability. Environmental Science & Policy, 106, 87-98.
  • Andorno, R., Baylis, F., Darnovsky, M., Haker, H., Hasson, K., Lowthorp, L., Annas, G.J., Bourgain, C., Drabiak, K., Graumann, S., Grüber, K., Kaiser, M., Kimng, D., Kollek, R., MacKellar, C., Nie, J.-B., Obasogie, O.K., Fang, M.T., Werner-Felmayer, G., Zuscinova, J. (2020), “Geneva Statement on Heritable Human Genome Editing: The Need for Course Correction.”, Trends in Biotechnology (Cell Press Reviews), ISSN: 0167-7799 , 1879-3096; DOI: 10.1016/j.tibtech.2019.12.022
  • Lam, M. E., Pitcher, T. J., Surma, S., Scott, J., Kaiser, M., White, A. S., Pakhomov, E.A. & Ward, L. M. (2019). Value-and ecosystem-based management approach: the Pacific herring fishery conflict. Mar Ecol Prog Ser, 617, 341-364.
  • Forsberg, E.M., Anthun, F.O., Bailey, S., Birchley, G., Bout, H., Casonato, C., Fuster, G.G., Heinrichs, B., Horbach, S., Jacobsen, I.S., Janssen, J., Kaiser, M., Lerouge, I., van der Meulen, B., de Rijcke, S., Saretzki, T., Sutrop, M., Tazewell, M., Varantola, K., Vie, K.J., Zwart, H., Zöller, M.. (2018), “Working with Research Integrity—Guidance for Research Performing Organisations: The Bonn PRINTEGER Statement”, Science and Engineering Ethics, 24 (4), 1023-1034.
  • Kaiser, M. & Algers, A. (2017) “Trust in food and Trust in Science”, Food Ethics (2017) 1:93–95;   DOI 10.1007/s41055-017-0021-5
  • Haugen, A.S., Bremer, S., Kaiser, M. (2017): “Weaknesses in the ethical framework of aquaculture related standards”, Marine Policy Volume 75, January 2017, Pages 11-18. (online October 2016): http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2016.10.011
  • Kaiser, M. & Algers, A. (2016). “Food ethics: a wide field in need of Dialogue” (Editorial), Food Ethics, vol 1 (1), pp. 1-7.
  • Bremer, S., M. M. Haque, A. S. Haugen, and M. Kaiser. (2016). “Inclusive governance of aquaculture value-chains: Co-producing sustainability standards for Bangladeshi shrimp and prawns.” Ocean and Coastal Management, 131:13-24.
  • Bremer, S., Millar, K., Wright, N., Kaiser, M. (2015). “Responsible techno-innovation in aquaculture: Employing ethical engagement to explore attitudes to GM salmon in Northern Europe”, Aquaculture, 437, 370 – 381.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aquaculture.2014.12.031
  • Kaiser M, (2014), “The integrity of science – Lost in translation?”, Best Practice & Research Clinical Gastroenterology;  Volume 28 , Issue 2 , 339 – 347; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bpg.2014.03.003
  • Blanchard, A., Hauge, K.H., Andersen, G., Fosså, J.H., Grøsvik,, B.E., Handegard, N.O., Kaiser, M., Meier, S., Olsen, E., Vikebø, F. (2014): “Harmful routines? Uncertainty in science and conflicting views on routine petroleum operations in Norway”, Marine Policy, vol. 43, 313-320.
  • Kaiser, M. (2012), “Commentary: Looking for conflict and finding none?”, in Public Understanding of Science, vol 21(2) 188-194. [DOI:10.1177/0963662511434433]
  • Ole Torrissen; Kevin Alan Glover; Tore Haug; Ole Arve Misund; Hans Julius Skaug; Matthias Kaiser (2012). “Good ethics or political and cultural censoring in science?” 2012; ICES Journal for Marine Sciences, March 6, 2012;  doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fss016
  • König, A., Kuiper, H.A., Marvin, H.J.P., Boon, P.E., Busk, L., Cnudde, F., Cope, S., Davies, H.V., Dreyer, M., Frewer, L.J., Kaiser, M., Kleter, G.A., Knudsen, I., Pascal, G., Prandini, A., Renn, O., Smith, M.R., Traill, B.W., Voet, H.v.d., Trijp, H.v., Vos, E., Wentholt, M.T.A. (2010) “The SAFE FOODS framework for improved risk analysis of foods”. Food Control, 21(12), 1566-1587. doi:10.1016/j.foodcont.2010.02.012

Articles in book anthologies and proceedings back to 2010:

  • Kaiser, M. (2018), “Vitenskapelig kunnskap vokser frem”, in: Utvalgte filosofiske emner til EXPHIL, Ståle Gundersen, Tarjei Mandt Larsen & Cato Wittusen (eds.), Universitetsforlaget, Oslo. ISBN: 978-82-15-03125-5.
  • Kaiser, M. (2018), “Wider der Doppelmoral: ‘Lilyhammer’ – ein Spiegelbild Norwegens?”, in: Ethik in Serie. Eine Festschrift zu Ehren von Uta Müller; Cordula Brand & Simon Meisch (eds.), Tübingen Library Publishing, Tübingen; pp 133-143.
    ISBN: 978-3-946552-21-5; ISBN (pdf): 978-3-946552-20-8.
  • Kaiser, M. (2017), “Franken-food or techno-fix? – Ethical issues with GMOs in Europe”, in: Towards a new regulatory framework for GM crops in the European Union, Leire Escajedo San-Epifanio (ed.), Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.
  • Strand, R. & Kaiser, M. (2017), “Ethical issues raised by emerging sciences and technologies”, in: Convergence of New Emerging Technologies – Ethical Challenges and New Responsibilities, L. Caenazzo, L. Mariani, & R. Pegoraro (eds.), Piccin Nuova Libraria S.p.A.; Padova, Italy 2017.
  • Pitcher, T.J., Lam, M.E., Kaiser, M, White, A. (S-J) and Pakhomov, E. (2017) Hard of Herring. Pages 112-119 in Tortell, P., Young, M. & Nemetz, P. (eds) Reflections Of Canada: Illuminating Our Opportunities and Challenges at 150+ years. 309pp. Peter Wall Institute of Advanced Studies, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Kaiser, M. (2016), “Method in practical ethics: a call for a paradigm change”, in: I.A.S.Olsson, S.M.Araújo, M.F.Vieira: Food Futures Ethics, Science & Culture; Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen; pp.142-147.
  • Bremer, S. & Kaiser,M. (2016), “Sustainable aquaculture governance: challenges to participatory standard setting”, in: I.A.S.Olsson, S.M.Araújo, M.F.Vieira: Food Futures  Ethics, Science & Culture; Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen; 133-138.
  • Bremer, S., & Blanchard, A., & Kaiser, M. (2015), “Challenges to Evaluating Coastal Management in the Twenty-First Century: Lessons from the Lofoten Archipelago”, in: Baztan, J., Chouinard, O., Jorgensen, B., Tett, P., Vanderlinden, J.P., Vasseur, L. (eds.): Coastal Zones: Solutions for the 21st Century, Elsevier Inc, Amsterdam, pp.: 253 – 272;
    ISBN: 978-0-12-802748-6.
  • Kaiser, M. (2015), “Ethics of Science and a New Social Contract for Knowledge”, in: S. Meisch, J. Lundershausen, L. Bossert, & M. Rockoff (eds.): Ethics of Science in the Research for Sustainable Development, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft: Baden-Baden; ISBN: 978-3-8487-1835-1; pp: 153-177.
  • Kaiser, M. (2015), “Werte, Werturteile, und post-normale Wissenschaft”, in: Regina Ammicht Quinn & Thomas Potthast (Hrsg.): Ethik in den Wissenschaften, Internationales Zentrum für Ethik in den Wissenschaften (IZEW), Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, ISBN 978-3-935933-1-7; pp: 367-374.
  • Kaiser, M. (2015), “Aquaculture and the precautionary principle in the New Zealand Supreme Court” in: D.E.Dumitras, I.M.Jitea, S.Aerts (eds.), Know your food - Food ethics and innovation, Wageningen Academic Publishers: Wageningen.
  • Kaiser, M. (2015), “Preface”. in: D.E.Dumitras, I.M.Jitea, S.Aerts (eds.), Know your food - Food ethics and innovation, Wageningen Academic Publishers: Wageningen.
  • Strand, R. & Kaiser, M. (2015). Ethical issues raised by emerging sciences and technologies, in Council of Europe, Committee on Bioethics, Strasbourg.
  • Kaiser, M. (2014), entries on: “Norwegian perspectives” and “International Council for Science”, in: Encyclopedia on Ethics, Science, Technology and Engineering, 2nd edition, 4 volumes, Editor: Mitcham, Carl, Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA. 
  • Bremer, S., Johansen, J., Øyen, S., Kaiser, M., Haugen, A.S. (2014), “Mapping the ethical terrain of Chinese aquaculture”, in: C. Brautaset & C.M. Dent (eds.), The Great Diversity: Trajectories of Asian Development, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.
  • Kaiser, M. (2013), “Ciencia y politica: una pareja sin romance”, in: Carlos López Beltrán & Ambrosio Velasco Gómez (eds.), Aproximaciones a la filosofia politica de la ciencia, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico.
  • Kaiser, M. (2013), “Precaution or prudent vigilance as guiding the path to global food security?”, in: H. Röcklinsberg & P. Sandin (eds.), The ethics of consumption: The citizen, the market and the law, Wageningen Academic Publishers: Wageningen.
  • Bremer, S., Haugen, A.S. & Kaiser,M. (2013), “Whose sustainability counts? Engaging with debates on the sustainability of Bangladeshi shrimp”, in: H. Röcklinsberg & P. Sandin (eds.), The ethics of consumption: The citizen, the market and the law, Wageningen Academic Publishers: Wageningen.
  • Kaiser, M. (2012), “Why German consumers need to reconsider their preferences: the ethical argument for aquaculture”, in: T. Potthast & S. Meisch, Climate change and sustainable development - Ethical perspectives on land use and food production. Wageningen Academic Publishers: Wageningen. pp. 321-325.
  • Kaiser, M. & Potthast, T. (2012), “Preface”, in: T. Potthast & S. Meisch, Climate change and sustainable development - Ethical perspectives on land use and food production. Wageningen Academic Publishers: Wageningen. pp. 17-19.
  • Bremer, S, Haugen, A.S., & Kaiser, M. (2012), “Mapping core values and ethical principles for livelihoods in Asia, in: T. Potthast & S. Meisch, Climate change and sustainable development - Ethical perspectives on land use and food production. Wageningen Academic Publishers: Wageningen. pp. 419-424.
  • Kaiser, M. (2012), “Dilemmas for Ethical Guidelines for the Sciences”, in: Promoting Research Integrity in a Global Environment,  Tony Mayer & Nicholas Steneck (eds.); World Scientific Publishing Co, Singapore.
  • Kaiser, M. (2012), “The ethics and sustainability of aquaculture”, in: The Philosophy of Food, Arthur Kaplan (ed.), University of California Press: Berkeley, Los Angeles, London.
  • M. Kaiser (2010). “Designing ethical strategies for global food security”, in: C.M.Romeo Casabona & L.E.San Epifanio & A. E. Cirion (eds.), Global Food Security: Ethical and Legal Challenges, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.
  • A.S. Haugen, M. Kaiser, V. Almaas (2010), „Certification and ethical standards in aquaculture“,in: C.M.Romeo Casabona & L.E.San Epifanio & A. E. Cirion (eds.), Global Food Security: Ethical and Legal Challenges, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.
  • V. Almaas & M. Kaiser (2010), “Governance addressing societal values”, in: C.M.Romeo Casabona & L.E.San Epifanio & A. E. Cirion (eds.), Global Food Security: Ethical and Legal Challenges, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.
  • A. Algers, M. Kaiser, C. Kallum, H.Loor, K. Wahlgreen & S. Welin (2010), „Food ethics dilemma: an open learning resource for teaching ethics“,in: C.M.Romeo Casabona & L.E.San Epifanio & A. E. Cirion (eds.), Global Food Security: Ethical and Legal Challenges, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.
  • M. Kaiser & C.: Romeo-Casabona (2010), “Preface”, in: C.M.Romeo Casabona & L.E.San Epifanio & A. E. Cirion (eds.), Global Food Security: Ethical and Legal Challenges, Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.

 

 

Current projects 2021:

2020 – 2025     The AFINO Research Centre (“Ansvarlig forskning og innovasjon i Norge»),  coordinated by NTNU, member of the core group and leader of WP8. (https://www.ntnu.edu/afino/about )

2020 – 2023     The ReMoDigital Project (“Resilienz-Monitoring für die Digitalisierung der Energiewende” ), coordinated by IQIB – _Institut für qualifizierende Innovationsforschung und -beratung GmbH, Wilhelmstr. 56, 53474 Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, D; member of the working group (https://www.iqib.de/de/remodigital-resilienz-monitoring-fur-die-digitalisierung-der-energiewende.html )

2019 – 2022     #LoVeSeSDG - Localizing and developing SDG-thinking for local communities; coordinated by D.Dankel, Bio, UiB; team member; (https://sdg.w.uib.no/ )

2019 – 2022     RECIPES (“Reconciling Science, Innovation and Precaution through Engagement with Stakeholders”), EU project, coordinated by Maastricht University; team member of the Bergen consortium. (https://recipes-project.eu/partners ).

2020 – 2024     Managing Ethical Norwegian Seascapes (MENSA), coordinated by Mimi E.Lam, UiB, funded by Norwegian Research Council; member of network collaboraters. (https://prosjektbanken.forskningsradet.no/#/project/NFR/303663/Sprak=en ).

2020 - 2022.  "Cultured meat - Nordic take", coordinated by Aarhus University; team member for UiB. 

 

 

Project leadership during the past 10 years (excluding partner in EU projects):

PI and coordinator: “Research integrity in Norway” (RINO), collaboration between UiB, HVL, og FEK, 2016-2019.

PI and coordinator: “Transforming Climate Knowledge with and for Society” (TRACKS), NFR. (This project was rated #1 of 132 proposals.)

Coordinator: “The Landscape and Isobars of European Values in Relation to Science and New Technology”
(Value Isobars), EU FP7, 2009 – 2011.

Coordinator: “Nordic Network for agriculture and food ethics”, NordForsk, 2007 – 2010.

Leader of WP8: “Sustainable Ethical Aquaculture Trade” (SEAT), EU FP7, 2009 – 2013.

Chair: “Philosophy of science for use”, granted from the European Science Foundation, (7-ESF-LiU-007).

Matthias Kaiser is Professor at the Centre for the Study of the Sciences and Humanities (SVT) at the University of Bergen, and Prof. II at the NTNU in Trondheim, having studied at the Universities of Munich, Oslo, Stanford and Frankfurt. His areas of expertise include: philosophy of science (Dr.phil.), ethics of science, food ethics, and technology assessment. He is also an Affiliated Fellow at the Koi Tū Centre for Informed Futures at the University of Auckland.

Matthias was born in Germany, in Leipzig, which at the time was still under a communist regime. Luckily his parents escaped to West Germany in the nick of time before the Berlin Wall. There he was a refugee! Even though just starting school, this experience of a very different culture and regime turned him into a sceptic of all presumed authorities, in other words, he became a philosopher at a young age. After high school - which was mainly about the natural sciences and mathematics- he wanted to study something different, so he studied philosophy. But already during the second term he found out that he cannot do philosophy without a good grasp of logic, and that brought him to study mathematics. For his thesis he wanted to combine philosophy and logic, so he went to Norway where he had some good professors. Now he was also an immigrant! His interests turned to the sciences, both fascinated by their theories, and at the same time puzzled by the misuse of science in politics. He started to ask questions about ethics in science which made him unpopular in some quarters. Now there is no trace of logic left in him, he is all about ambiguity and uncertainty, in science as in life. Furthermore, he is deeply puzzled about values, wondering about his own, but mostly about those of other people, the academic lot in particular. His life has turned post-normal, and he thinks this is a good basis for work in the science-policy interface.

Else he has written a thriller in German (“Die Risikomanager”) and a collection of autobiographical short-stories, including some cooking recipes cooking recipes (“Talk, Eat, and See the World”), he likes to cook for others, and he plays electric blues bass. Politically he is a hard-core liberal European to the bone!

 

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