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Researchers Admit to Lapses in Ethics
Fewer than 2% of 3,200 biomedical scientists surveyed acknowledge serious breaches. One in three reports at least one questionable act.

By Charles Piller, Times Staff Writer


One in three biomedical researchers has engaged in at least one practice of questionable scientific integrity, according to a survey published today in the journal Nature.

Only a small fraction of respondents — fewer than 2% — acknowledged serious lapses: plagiarism, or falsification or fabrication of data.

Lesser transgressions, however, were relatively common in the survey, which posed questions on 34 ethical issues.

Of about 3,200 scientists surveyed, 1.7% said they had used confidential information without authorization, 6% had withheld data that contradicted their findings, 12.5% had overlooked the use of flawed data or analysis by others, and 15.5% had changed the design, methodology or results of a study under pressure from a funding source.

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Al je zato sujeta na visokom nivou



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To je jedan od najvecih problema u razvoju moderne nauke. Niko vise ne radi na ustrb opstih interesa, vec samo za sebe i to na grozan nacin

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na uštrb znači na štetu... pretpostavljam da si hteo da kažeš da niko više ne radi u korist opštih interesa.

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Rasizam medju naucnicima!

Ethnic divide in science exposed

There are big variations within broad ethnic groups
Black Caribbean and Bangladeshi people are the least likely to study or work in science after GCSEs, a report says.

They are the most under-represented groups in science, engineering and technology, according to a study for the Royal Society.

But there are big differences within broad ethnic groups, said the research team from Warwick University.

The research also found men to be four times more likely than women to be working in or studying science.

The study compared the participation of various UK ethnic groups in science, engineering and technology to that of Britain's white population.

Researchers analysed data from three sources for variations in participation by age, sex and ethnic group.

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Rasizma ima... ali mi se čini da ovi konkretni podaci ipak važe samo za Britaniju

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