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Public Release: 15-Jul-2014
Head to head: Should research fraud be a crime?
Dr Zulfiqar Bhutta, Robert Harding Chair in global child health and policy and Co-Director of the Centre for Global Child Health at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto believes that criminal sanctions are necessary to deter growing research misconduct. 495 more words
Scientific Frauds, Academic Gangsters, and the Khazarian Theory RevisitedScientific Frauds, Academic Gangsters, and the Khazarian Theory Revisited
Digital Journal Bruce Fischer 16 June 2014
New information in the Meredith Kercher Murder case has now emerged alleging that Patrizia Stefanoni, the lab technician responsible for DNA testing on behalf of the prosecution, committed scientific misconduct by suppressing data from faulty equipment and falsifying evidence in order to support the prosecution’s case.