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Archives November 2012

Nov
22
2012

Times Higher Education discusses whether larger research labs are more likely to be involved in research misconduct

This week, Paul Jump of Times Higher Education explores if lab size might influence the occurrence of sloppy or fraudulent research. Times Higher Education: Small, medium or large

Nov
20
2012

Spotlight: What’s in a picture? The temptation of image manipulation

In 2004, the Journal of Cell Biology published an important and influential article by Michael Rossner, its then-editor, and Kenneth Yamada. ‘What’s in a picture? The temptation of image manipulation’ sets out general guidelines for the correct handling of digital image data and shows common pitfalls and inappropriate practices in a series of fascinating examples. Michael […]

Nov
9
2012

‘The Nine Circles of Scientific Hell’

From the latest issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science: ‘In the spirit of Dante Alighieri’s Inferno, this paper takes a humorous look at the fate that awaits scientists who sin against best practice.’ Perspectives on Psychological Science: The Nine Circles of Scientific Hell  

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