scientific misconduct

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scientific misconduct,

n the fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism of research data, or other violations of ethical standards of the scientific community.
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Cardiff University confirmed last August it was assessing claims on the Science Fraud website that images had been manipulated in four of Prof Morgan's papers.
It confirmed it was assessing claims made on the Science Fraud website that images had been manipulated in four academic papers.
Responding to the fresh allegations, a spokesman said: "Cardiff University was not aware of the allegations made by Science Fraud and the claims made are unsubstantiated.
The problem has been brought into sharp focus by the revelations of science fraud in South Korea.
On the other hand, Harold Green, a law professor at George Washington University who represented a whistleblower in a science fraud case, recently told The Chronicle of Higher Education, "I hear from younger scientists that, in their opinion, there is an awful lot of fudging on research results.
The National Institutes of Health cleared Nobel laureate David Baltimore and his colleagues of charges of science fraud (135: 85) but later reopened its investigation when a congressional inquiry found evidence of altered laboratory notebooks (135: 278, 294).
Prior to working with Huron, Lemanski was employed by Ernst & Young LLP's Health Science Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services practice.
Cardiff University confirmed it was assessing claims made on the Science Fraud website that images had been manipulated in four of Professor Paul Morgan's papers.
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