Tags : research fraud

Manipulated images: hiding in plain sight?
Irish-funded scientist under investigation over his research
Misconduct in science
Misconduct in science
Science, fraud and bias
Fraud is now the biggest enemy of science
Secret dossier on research fraud suggests government concern over science
When research is sloppy or downright dishonest
Fraudulent research results: how common are they?
Scientific Misbehavior in Economics: Unacceptable research practice linked to perceived pressure to publish
Retractions are coming thick and fast: it’s time for journal publishers to act
Fraudulent research claims show crucial need for policy
Does science need a retraction ‘shame list?’
Scientific research: Looks good on paper
Science in chains
Research fraud: More scrutiny by administrators is not the answer
The made-up science scandal: how fact-fabrication is damaging UK’s global name for research
We DO have a problem
Tackle research fraud with ‘fear factor’: psychologist
Diederik Stapel’s Audacious Academic Fraud