Video of the U.S. Office of Research Integrity.

The dilemma of the honest researcher (EMBO Reports, 12, 745, 2011).

Report of the Research Integrity Commission (CNPq - Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development, 2011).

Alleged fraud spurs new scientific integrity commission (Science 332: 154-155).

Moving toward global science (Science 333: 802, 2011).

Fostering research integrity in Europe (European Science Foundation, 2010).

Second World Conference on Research Integrity, 2010.

The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity, 2010.
Ghostwriting at Elite Academic Medical Centers in the United States (PLoS Medicine, 7, 1-4, 2010).

Discussing plagiarism in Latin American science (EMBO Reports, 10, 677-682, 2009).

Elsevier to contribute 9 million articles to CrossCheck, 2008.

First ESF-ORI World Conference on Research Integrity, 2007.

Each co-author should sign to reduce risk of fraud (Nature, 450, 610, 2007).

Who is accountable? How the responsibilities of co-authors for a scientific paper's integrity could be made more explicit (Nature, 450, 1, 2007).

Research Ethics: Experts ponder how best to prevent and respond to scientific misconduct as three Japanese cases conclude (Chemical & Engineering News, 85, 76-79, 2007).

Geophysicist faces probe into use of research funds: Co-founder of European Academy of Sciences comes under scrutiny (Nature, 446, 236- 237, 2007).

Research Integrity: Bubble fusion researcher cleared of misconduct charges, but doubts linger (Science, 351, 921, 2007).

Research misconduct: Federal agencies handle fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism allegations differently, but all take claims seriously (Chemical &Engineering News, 18-22, 2006).

Misconduct: lack of action provokes web accusations (Nature, 441, 932, 2006).

Named and shamed: As accusations of scientific misconduct in China become rife, some fear persecution reminiscent of that used in the Cultural Revolution (Nature, 441, 392-393, 2006).

Scientists behaving badly (Nature, 435, 737-738, 2005).

Korean cloning scandal: prosecutors allege elaborate deception and missing funds (Science, 312, 980-981, 2005).

Misconduct finding at Bell Labs shakes physics community (Nature, 419, 419-421, 2002).

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