Responsible Conduct of Research
Recent scandals and controversies, such as data fabrication in federally funded science, data manipulation and distortion in private industry, and human embryonic stem cell research, illustrate the importance of ethics in science. Responsible Conduct of Research, now in a completely updated second edition, provides an introduction to the social, ethical, and legal issues facing scientists today.
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EthicalDecision Making 3 Data Acquisition and Management
Mentoring and Collaboration
Collaborationbetween Academia and Private Industry
Publication and Peer Review
Misconduct inResearch 9 IntellectualProperty 10 Conflicts ofInterestand Scientific Objectivity 11 The Use of Animals in Research 12 The Protectiono...
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Allegations ofResearch Misconduct
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