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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This project is another addition to the larger Islamic Bioethics Project which started in 2009 with a three-year QNRF-funded project by GU-Q in co-operation with the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University - main campus in Washington DC, to develop an information resource for Islamic Medical and Scientific Ethics (IMSE).
Think of medical ethics, legal ethics, military ethics, scientific ethics, engineering ethics, accounting ethics, educational ethics and so on.
The effect is that those who deploy technologies without scientific ethics and human regard escape punishment because of the absence of requisite regulation and laws.
Santilli Foundation supports the scientist Ruggero Maria Santilli and his dedication to the pursuit of fundamental scientific advances and the support of scientific ethics as a necessary condition for true basic advances.
A report that Dutch researchers have conducted experiments making a highly dangerous bird flu virus still more dangerous underscores the need for scientific ethics and security to keep pace with scientific know-how.
Keep in mind that these blatant conflicts of interest were unreported, leading to the possibility that Pfizer, itself, provided, and tampered with, the placebo, which would have been another serious breach of scientific ethics.
What I would like to show in this paper is, however, that Husserl increasingly ceases to pursue this idea of a scientific ethics.
Sexual politics, medical and scientific ethics, anthropology, archaeology, economics, astronomy, astrology, quantum physics, and molecular biology were all regular topics of conversation.
The goal of the lesson is riot to debate different points of view regarding animal research, but to discuss the scientific ethics of animal care arid use.
Oppenheimer's development and oversight of the LOS Alamos National Laboratory changed the dynamics of physics research and scientific ethics.
Written for scientific ethics classes, general classes that cultivate critical thinking, and adult education seminars, this textbook explores the controversies behind human development to allow the reader to make decisions based on science.
But discussion of ethical issues related to nanoscience and nanotechnology provides important lessons for scientific ethics more generally.
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