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Funding agencies announce harsh penalties and stronger policing efforts.
Plagiarism. Cheating. Lying. Should these scientists get a second chance?
Fresh concerns over reliability of papers published in journals as suspicious statistical patterns prompt investigations into some of the identified trials
Research institutions should have regular open conversations on authorship criteria and ethics and that funding agencies adopt ORCID and accept CRediT.
An amusing case of plagiarism in a paper about plagiarism.
Researchers and manufacturers face possible jail time — or execution — for fraudulent submissions to nation's drug agency.
China has a lucrative market for fake research reagents. Some scientists are fighting back.
It's hard to believe how "far ahead" China is on this front until you see it with your own eyes.
Alfredo Fusco denies claims that his research lab hired a photo studio to manipulate images.
An unknown number of published studies have a hidden flaw: The “peers” who supposedly vouched for their publication are phonies.
New papers were found through investigations into previous fraud.
A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine says that the US research community needs to do a better job of both investigating misconduct allegations and promoting ethical conduct.
Agency attempts to set the record straight after suggesting rise in cases.
In the latest ploy, a group of researchers in Poland tried to seat a fictional scholar onto the editorial boards of 360 academic publications.
Court documents suggest Monsanto helped “ghost write” paper
The study says DeepMind and the NHS shared data without patient consent. DeepMind says the published study has flaws
Misconduct in academia isn’t rampant but should be taken more seriously: let’s consider independent anti-corruption units
Dr. Carlo Croce was repeatedly cleared by OhioState University, which reaped millions from hisgrants. Now, he faces new whistle-blower accusations.
The problem of fake data may go far deeper than scientists admit. Now a team of researchers has a controversial plan to root out the perpetrators
When firing Allen Braun, the NIDCD also barred his colleagues from publishing data collected over a 25-year period.