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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AACG) introduces a new product, Scientific Fraud Detection, designed to help funds monitor regulatory compliance and identify fraudulent behavior.
The E-LabBook system has been designed to fulfill four key areas; proof of first to invent, proof of invention, proof of ownership and proof against scientific fraud.
Each team claims to have found the unassuming piece of DNA first and accuses the other of scientific fraud.
BasePoint Analytics[TM], a leading provider of scientific fraud and risk analytic scoring solutions, today announced record growth in their newly enhanced Income Verification Service.
Over the past 25 years, Carter has been accused of unethical and illegal behavior by Hemispherx itself, of extortion by an AIDS patient, of scientific fraud by E.
When Thereza Imanishi-Kari's laboratory came under investigation for scientific fraud, the authenticity of notebook entries became relevant.
BasePoint Analytics, a leading provider of scientific fraud and risk solutions, today announced the launch of a new predictive analytic technology called FraudMark[R] FHA.
Over the past 25 years, Carter has been accused of unethical and illegal behavior by HEB itself, of extortion by an AIDS patient, of scientific fraud by E.
Stewart and his colleague Ned Feder are best known for their investigative role in a number of scientific fraud cases, including the dispute over a 1986 scientific paper on the immune system (SN: 3/31/90, p.
BasePoint Analytics[R], a leading provider of scientific fraud and risk analytic scoring solutions, today announced the availability of the BasePoint Identity Theft Risk Assessment.
The level of scientific fraud is unprecedented because it involves so many co-conspirators and a separate commercial dimension.
Carter, Chief Executive Officer and President of Hemispherx was the subject of an investigation into scientific fraud by the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
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