Articles
S/N Article Author Journal Published
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A Survey on Data Reproducibility and the Effect of Publication Process on the Ethical Reporting of Laboratory Research Delphine R. BoulbesAmerica Association for Cancer Research Apr-18
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To move research from quantity to quality, go beyond good intentions Alan Finkel Nature Feb-19
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Most UK scientists who publish extremely highly-cited papers do not secure funding from major public and charity funders: A descriptive analysis Charitini Stavropoulou PLOS ONE Feb-19
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Case Reports of Pre-clinical Replication Studies in Metabolism and Diabetes Matthias von Herrath ScienceDirect Apr-19
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Duke University’s huge misconduct fine is a reminder to reward rigour Arturo Casadevall Nature Apr-19
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U.S. judge rules deceptive publisher should pay $50 million in damages Jeffrey Brainard Science Apr-19
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Impact factors: Payment by results Jonathan Owen Research Europe Apr-19
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Train students to navigate ethical swamps Mary A Allen Nature Apr-19
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Ten simple rules towards healthier research labs Fernando T PLOS Computational Biology Apr-19
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Safeguards for human studies can’t cope with big data Nathaniel Raymond Nature Apr-19
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Rein in the four horsemen of irreproducibility Dorothy Bishop Nature Apr-19
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What your research-integrity officer would like you to know Susan Garfinkel Nature Apr-19
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Figure errors, sloppy science, and fraud: keeping eyes on your data Corinne L. Williams The Journal of Clinical Investigation May-19
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Reducing bias: accounting for the order of co-first authors Arturo Casadevall The Journal of Clinical Investigation Jun-19
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Research integrity is much more than misconduct Editorial Nature Jun-19
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Make reports of research misconduct public C. K. Gunsalus Nature Jun-19
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Government takes on fraud Holly Else Nature Jul-19
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The data detective David Adam Nature Jul-19
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Singapore joins the rise of research integrity networks

Dalmeet Singh Chawla Nature Jul-19