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Secrecy In Science Focus Of AAAS-MIT Colloquium
... studies, and given testimony related to fraud and misconduct
in science,the ethics and legal issues in genetics research, and other areas where scienceand society intersect....
Science's top ten: Discovery of genes' 'control switches' named top advance of 2002
... Breakdowns of the Year , spotlighting scientific misconduct
in 2002. Separate investigations concluded that Hendrik Schn, a physicist at Bell Laboratories, and Victor Ninov, a physicist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, committed fraud. Best Bets for Hot News in 2003: As in previous years, Science ...
American Physical Society March Meeting 2003
...ONDUCT IN PHYSICS Recent evidence of professional misconduct
in two different areas of physics has caused the community to think deeply about such issues. In November 2002, the APS Council approved new statements of professional ethics and revised its "Guidelines for Professional Conduct". A panel session, inc...
Symposium on scientific misconduct
Cases of scientific misconduct
have created a stir over the last few years and, d... other research organisations deal with scientific misconduct
and how effective the processes of inquiry into concrete incidences are. The Deutsche Forschungsgem...
AAAS urges US to give scientists a voice in research misconduct cases
...ivity, balance and technical expertise to research misconduct
proceedings. "Research misconduct
allegations can damage the public's trust in the scientific process and the promise that science hol...