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Inorms 2021: Advancing research integrity

       

Researchers at this year’s Inorms conference in Hiroshima were asked to reflect on good practice

Although researchers have been held up as heroes for rapidly adapting to Covid and for their work to halt its spread, there have been rising concerns about the quality of some work produced under pandemic pressures and about the transparency of crucial projects.

This month the International Science Council became the latest group to raise such fears when it said it was concerned about “the volume of research produced during the pandemic that fails to meet scientific standards and by the attacks on scientists who challenge and critique such research”.

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