28 Avr. 2017 - Plagiarism: the French President has terminated the employment Etienne KLEIN at IHEST [French].
"Five months after the first the plagiarism allegations in the case of Etienne Klein,...Read more
The UK Research Integrity Offices (UKRIO) has published a guidance on authorship in academic publications..Read more
25 March 2017 - Thierry Mandon Launches a national structure for research integrity in France [English].
On 23 March 2017, the Secretary of State for Higher Education and Research Thierry Mandon officially announced the launch of a national structure for research integrity in France.Read more
24 March 2017 - ALLEA publishes revised edition of The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity [English].
Brussels, 24 March 2017 : The European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities, published today the revised edition of The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity, a guide that addresses good practice and bad conduct in scienceRead more
In scientific research, women commit less fraud than men, but scientific misconduct and violation of ethical rules are not a matter of men....Read more
The German researcher Kathrin Maedler found guilty of misconduct by the German Research Foundation and loses Heisenberg Professorship...Read more
Popular French physicist Etienne Klein is accused of serial plagiarism in his books and radio chronicles..Read more
8 Oct. 2016 - Women in Sciences - A prize of misogyny for the members of the Nobel Committee [French].
Since its creation in 1901, only 2.9 % women have won the Nobel Prize...Read more
Women scientists again excluded, there is no German woman nominated for the 2016 edition of the prestigious "Deutscher Zukunftspreis" Prize...Read more
10 Sept. 2016 - Scientific fraud - CNRS and ETH Zurich are setting up a scientific commission of inquiry [English].
The French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ) are setting up a commission of inquiry..Read more
27 August 2016 - Women in STEM - Marthe Gautier at an exhibition of the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany [English].
A french version of this article was also published on our french blog.Read more
Henrietta Lacks was an African-American woman whose cells were removed and used in biomedical research without her permission or knowledge. She died on October, 4th, 1951 at the age of 31..Read more
We have assembled for our readers a list of 12 books about women in STEM to read this summer.Read more
The French Secretary of State for Higher Education and Research Thierry Mandon officially announced the launch of a national structure for research integrity in France.Read more
Robert M. Carey.Read more
10 July 2015 - Scientific Fraud : CNRS/ETH researcher suspended for two years after scientific misconducts discovered in his work.
The French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) decided to suspend Olivier Voinnet for two years, after investigations found evidence of misconduct in his work.Read more
Science Europe´s Working Group on Research Integrity has published a new brochure entitled "Seven Reasons to Care about Integrity in Research".Read more
The Secretary of State for Higher Education and Research Marc Hansen officially announced the launch of a national structure for research integrity in Luxembourg.Read more
28 August 2014 - Scientific Fraud : RIKEN announced that it was unable to replicate stem cell results
After a series of scandals of scientific misconduct, the Riken research institute in Kobe, Japan, reported that they have been unable to reproduce so-called STAP cells.Read more
23 September 2014 - Publication Ethics : A COPE discussion related to producing a "Standard Retraction Form".Read more
Le Monde has published a stand about research integrity...Read more