The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has announced an inquiry into research integrity, following the recent report on this issue by the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.
The inquiry is seeking written submissions to inform its work, including on (but not limited to) the following issues:
- “The extent of the research integrity problem;
- Causes and drivers of recent trends;
- The effectiveness of controls/regulation (formal and informal), and what further measures if any are needed;
- What matters should be for the research/academic community to deal with, and which for Government.”
Submissions can be made via the research integrity inquiry page.
The deadline for submissions is 10 March 2017.