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Misconduct Taints Retracted Research Study Finds

Misconduct Widespread in Retracted Science Papers, Study Finds Carl Zimmer New York Times, October 1, 2012 A recent study of retracted articles in biomedical publications finds misconduct as the primary reason in three-quarters of the articles reviewed.  The authors of … Continue reading

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Ethical Fellow Charged with Unethical Behavior

Feds Charge Activist with 13 Felonies for Rogue Downloading of Academic Articles David Kravets Wired.com, September 18, 2012 Twenty-five year old hack-tivist Aaron Swartz habit of downloading millions of articles from the academic database JSTOR has caught up with him.  … Continue reading

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Academic Integrity Takes Down President

Hungarian President Resigns in Plagiarism Scandal by Pablo Gorondi Associated Press, April 2, 2012 The AP reports Hungarian President Pal Schmitt resigned after it was discovered he had plagiarized large parts of his doctorate dissertation 20 years ago.  The former … Continue reading

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