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Corporate culture has no place in academia
Source: Olaf Hallonsten, Nature, Vol. 538, page 7, 06 October 2016

Stop Ignoring Misconduct
Source: Donald Kornfeld and Sandra Titus, Nature, Vol. 537, page 29-30, 01 September 2016

Research watchdog's new leader faces staff revolt
Source: Jocelyn Kaiser, Science, Vol. 353, page 856-857, 26 August 2016

Watch out for cheats in citation game
Source: Nature, Vol. 535, page 203, 14 July 2016

Self-citation rates higher for men
Source: Nature, Vol. 535, page 212, 14 July 2016
              

Make peer review scientific
Source: Nature, Vol. 535, page 31/33, 7 July 2016

Lessons from researcher rehab
Source: Nature, Vol. 534, page 173/175, 9 June 2016

Reality check on reproducibility
Source: Nature, Vol. 533, page 437, 26 May 2016

Is there a reproducibility crisis?
Source: Nature, Vol. 533, page 452/454, 26 May 2016

A Multi-dimensional Investigation of the Effects of Publication Retraction on Scholarly Impact
Source: Cornell University Library arXiv:1602.09123

Set-up a 'self-retraction' system for honest researchers'
Source: Nature, Vol. 531, page 415, 24 March 2016

Data falsification hits polymer mechanochemistry papers
Source: Chemistry World

Publish or perish
Source: Nature, Vol. 521, page 259, 21 May 2015

UK slack on misconduct reports
Source: Nature, Vol. 521, page 271, 21 May 2015

Workplace Climate: Metrics for Ethics
Source: Nature, Vol. 520, page 713, 30 April 2015

Open access is tiring out peer reviewers
Source: Nature, Vol. 515, page 467, 27 November 2014  

Confusion over publisher's pioneering open-data rules
Source: Nature, Vol. 515, page 478, 27 November 2014

Publishing: The peer-review scam
Source: Nature, Vol. 515, page 480¨C482, 27 November 2014

Edits to Ethics Code rankle
Source: Nature, Vol.515, page 174, 13 November 2014

Journals unites for reproducibility
Source: Nature, Vol.515, page 7, 6 November 2014

David Wright, Director US Office of Research Integrity (ORI) resigns:  'Wanted: Fraud-buster with political antennae'
Source: Nature, Vol.507, page 275, 20 March 2014

Retraction issue for RIKEN over stem cells: 'Stem cell method faces fresh questions'
Source: Nature, Vol.507, page 283, 20 March 2014

Retraction advice for PhD students:  A Clean Slate
Source: Nature, Vol.507, page 389 - 391, 20 March 2014

Call the Cops
Source: Nature, Vol. 504, page 7, 5 December 2013

Image search triggers Italian police probe
SourceAlison Abbott, Nature, Vol. 504, page 18, 5 December 2013 

China's Publication Bazaar
Source: Maria Hvistendahl, Science, Vol. 342 (6162), page 1035 - 1039, 29 November 2013 (Intranet access) 

Research Integrity in China
Source: Yang Wei, Science, Vol. 342 (6162), page 1019, 29 November 2013 (Intranet access)

3 Ways to Blow the Whistle
SourceEd Yong, Heidi Ledford and Richard van Noorden, Nature, Vol. 503, page 455-457, 28 November 2013

Working together: a précis of roles and resources
SourceLinda Lavelle and Dr Mihail Grecea, Editors' Update 41, 4 November 2013

The art of detecting data and image manipulation
Source: Anthony Newman, Editors' Update 41, 4 November 2013

Talking to the media ¨C who is responsible?
SourceTom Reller, Editors' Update 41, 4 November 2013

How CrossCheck can combat the perils of plagiarism
Source: Laura Schmidt and Gaia Lupo, Editors' Update 41, 4 November 2013

How science goes wrong
Source: The Economist 19 October 2013

Trouble at the lab
Source: The Economist, page 20-23, 19 October 2013

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