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New Journal Scrutinizes the Research Process

By | May 3, 2016

Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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Repeat Offenders

By | April 25, 2016

Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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image: Karolinska Lets Macchiarini Go

Karolinska Lets Macchiarini Go

By | March 24, 2016

Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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image: Macchiarini Coauthor Removed From Paper

Macchiarini Coauthor Removed From Paper

By | March 7, 2016

Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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image: Author Nets Seven Retractions

Author Nets Seven Retractions

By | February 22, 2016

Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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image: Karolinska Institute Head Steps Down

Karolinska Institute Head Steps Down

By | February 16, 2016

Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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image: Chemist Sues University Again

Chemist Sues University Again

By | February 11, 2016

Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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image: Organ Engineer Reinvestigated

Organ Engineer Reinvestigated

By | February 5, 2016

Studies in Research Integrity and Peer Review analyze ethics and quality in both science and publishing.

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