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Kate Faford-Johnson
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Key Concepts

Scientific ethics is a broad and complex category. When searching for information on ethical issues in the sciences, consider using keywords related to a specific issue/case, as well as general and discipline-based terms such as:

  • scientific ethics
  • research ethics
  • scientific integrity
  • scientific conduct
  • scientific misconduct
  • medical research
  • bioengineering
  • human subjects

Recommended Articles*

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McNeil, D. October 12, 2012. Japanese fraud case highlights weaknesses in scientific publishing. Chronicle Of Higher Education, 59(7): A16-A18.

Science Ethics in the News: Retraction Watch

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