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Read the most up-to-date information on the integrity of the research across industries, publishing in top journals, reputation and much more.

Scientific Research Mashups - Higher Risk for Plagiarism?

Posted by David Rothschild on Aug 11, 2010 2:24:00 PM recently covered a new and unique  ‘Web 2.0′ method of publishing scientific research.  Liquid Publication, a European collaborative, has built a software platform that allows scientists to easily post their research to an online journal. 

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Medical Plagiarism – Residency Applications

Posted by Janett Perry on Jul 22, 2010 2:29:00 PM

docotr 150x150Doctors have always been held in high regard in our society, for good reasons. Medical doctors are considered some of the most qualified professionals in any field or industry.  Doctors undergo years, sometimes even a decade, of study, training and practice before they are fully qualified.  Residency is often considered the most important part of a doctor’s training, providing a time to practice medicine while developing a specialization.

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Science Publishers Focus on Plagiarism

Posted by Janett Perry on Jul 7, 2010 2:34:00 PM

nature resized 600Plagiarism detection software took center stage as Nature recently published a revealing article that details how science publishers are equipping themselves to fight a growing trend in plagiarism within the research community.  

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Plagiarism Research Suggests Prevention is Better

Posted by Janett Perry on Apr 20, 2010 7:24:00 AM

Many of the current solutions aimed towards scientific misconduct (plagiarism in particular) revolve around what to do post-publication. Dr. Malhar N. Kumar, a researcher out of Bangalore, suggests that this current model is ineffective.

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The Liability of Scientific Retractions

Posted by David Rothschild on Apr 6, 2010 7:30:00 AM

scientific research plagiarismScientific American recently published an article that discusses the effect that scientific retractions have on public opinion. 

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