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How to cover academic research fraud and scientic errors – Journalist’s Resource

How to cover academic research fraud and scientic errors – Journalist’s Resource

 

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit Email Republish This Article In 2022, academic journals retracted more than 4,600 scientific papers, often because of ethical violations or research fraud, according to the Retraction Watch blog and database. Although retractions represent a tiny fraction of all academic papers published each year, bad research can have tremendous impacts. Some studies involve new drugs, surgical procedures and disease prevention programs — all of which directly affect public health and safety. Also, government leaders rely on scholarly findings to help guide policymaking in areas such as crime, education, road safety, climate change and economic development.… 

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