Thursday, September 23, 2010

B - Fraud and ethics

Feldman BJ. Fraud could be more common than thought. APS News 2010;19(8):5

Letter to the American Physical Society APS News suggesting the need for the physics community to start to seriously and openly discuss issues concerning the motivation for fraud and suggesting more discussion of fraud and ethics in graduate curricula and also the need to hold supervisors to a higher standard of supervision and ethical training. He also emphasises the importance of reproducibility.

Thanks to John Glen

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