UK Research Integrity Office to look at the repercussions organisations face when investigating research misconduct
The UK Research Integrity Office has launched a review to investigate the barriers faced by organisations when dealing with research misconduct cases.
UKRIO—a charity that primarily works to provide guidance for good research practice—revealed on 27 January that they will consult with institutions and researchers to “look at the tensions and repercussions faced by organisations when they investigate possible cases of research misconduct” and when telling other organisations or the public about misconduct.
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