7.論文を読んで

研究倫理(研究規範)に関する論文は、白楽が自分なりに、咀嚼・消化・吸収していました。その一部を皆さんに公開します。「7.論文を読んで」に入れます(2015年5月17日)。

「解説済み論文」(=旧・「読んだ論文」)は、全文翻訳ではありません。ポイントのみ紹介ですし、白楽の色に染め直してあります。

映画で「based on a true story」というのがありますが、似たものです。他人が発表した文章(英語)を「拾い読みし、足したり、引いたり、変えたり、コネくりまわしました」。

研究倫理(研究規範)の専門家の先生方は原典も(を)お読みください。

見出しは、論文タイトル(の翻訳)ではありません。内容を示しました。

解説するかも論文」(=旧・「読んでない論文」)は、「解説」候補の論文です。長い間、白楽のファイルに整理していました。非公開でした。かなり膨大な数です。ほとんどは「解説」する余裕がなく、もう、古くなってしまいました。

2023年2月2日から「解説するかも論文」(=旧・「読んでない論文」)も表にして公開することにしました。軽く読んで、解説した方が良いと思った論文です。2023年2月2日以前の「解説」候補論文は省いていますが、気まぐれ的に加えた論文もあります。

「解説するかも論文」を「解説」して「解説済み論文」にしていく予定ですが、「解説」できるのは1%ほどでしょうか。

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「解説済み論文」リスト

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146ネカト:規則は無力、処罰と学術的タブー化で防止ネカト対処アキル・バルドワジ
Bhardwaj, Akhil2024Times Higher EducationRules won’t stop research misconduct in social science
145ジェームズ・ヘザーズが論じるネカト有罪論ネカト対処ジェームズ・ヘザーズHeathers, James2024james.claimsStrict Liability and Research Fraud
144タイ:論文代行・購入に刑事罰論文売買ポーラ・レムLem, Pola2023Times Higher Education‘Buy papers or lose your job’: the dilemma facing Thai academics
144タイ:論文代行・購入に刑事罰論文売買Bangkok Post記者たち2023Bangkok PostUni ‘plagiarism-for-profit’ probe launched
143米国・研究公正局の規則改訂:その4、情報開示研究公正行政ジェフリー・マーヴィスMervis, Jeffrey2023ScienceFederal agency's plan to disclose university misconduct findings splits academics
142米国・研究公正局の規則改訂:その3、ボスの責任研究公正行政ジェームズ・ケネディKennedy, James2023Retraction WatchGuest post: Why I commented on the proposed changes to U.S. federal research-misconduct policies – and why you should, too
141米国・研究公正局の規則改訂:その2、賛否両論研究公正行政ジェフリー・マーヴィスMervis, Jeffrey2023ScienceProposed changes to rules for policing fraud in U.S.-funded biomedical research draw a mixed response
140米国・研究公正局の規則改訂:その1研究公正行政フォーリー&ラードナー法律事務所Foley & Lardner LLP2023JDSupraORI Proposes New Rulemaking for Research Misconduct Regulations
140米国・研究公正局の規則改訂:その1研究公正行政研究公正局Office of Research Integrity2023Federal RegisterPublic Health Service Policies on Research Misconduct
139豪・研究公正委員会(ARIC)の改革研究公正行政オーストラリア科学アカデミーAustralian Academy of Science2023Australian Academy of ScienceFurther action needed to strengthen the governance of research misconduct
139豪・研究公正委員会(ARIC)の改革研究公正行政KPMGKPMG2023Australian Research CouncilEvaluation of the Australian Research Integrity Committee
138サウジの大学ランキング危機所属偽装ミケーレ・カタンツァーロCatanzaro, Michele2023ScienceSaudi universities lose highly cited researchers after payment schemes raise ethics concerns
137論文工場の真実論文工場ヤナ・クリストファーChristopher, Jana2021FEBS LettThe raw truth about paper mills
136フロンティアーズ社は多数の売買論文を撤回論文売買エリー・キンケイドKincaid, Ellie2023Retraction WatchFrontiers retracts nearly 40 papers linked to ‘authorship-for-sale’
135超多量の論文出版で大儲けのMDPI社出版ヌエル・アンセデAnsede, Manuel2023EL PAIS EnglishPublic funds being swallowed up by scientific journals with dubious articles
135超多量の論文出版で大儲けのMDPI社出版パブロ・ゴメス・バレイロBarreiro, Pablo Gómez2023arXivThe strain on scientific publishing
134ニック・ワイズが著者在順の売買者を摘発論文売買エリー・キンケイドKincaid, Ellie2023Retraction WatchAfter a sleuth reveals a paper with authorships advertised for sale, it’s retracted
133著者在順を1件約50万円で売るロシアの国際出版社論文売買ダルミート・チャウラChawla, Dalmeet Singh2021ScienceRussian site peddles paper authorship in reputable journals for up to $5000 a pop
132論文と著者在順を売るイランとラトビアの業者論文売買アイヴァン・オランスキーOransky, Ivan2021Retraction WatchIntroducing two sites that claim to sell authorships on scientific papers
131論文と著者在順を売る中国の業者論文売買デレク・ロウLowe, Derek2013ScienceAuthorship For Sale. Papers For Sale. Everything For Sale.
131論文と著者在順を売る中国の業者論文売買デレク・ロウLowe, Derek2013ScienceThey’ll Fake the Journal if You’ll Fake the Papers
130私の博士論文がアマゾンで売られていた論文売買マーサ・マクハーディMcHardy, Martha2021PalatinateDurham PhD theses sold on Amazon without authors’ consent
130私の博士論文がアマゾンで売られていた論文売買著者名不記載2021BBCAmazon removes Durham University students’ theses being sold online
130私の博士論文がアマゾンで売られていた論文売買ガイ・ラベンダーLavender, Guy2021LSE Impact BlogWhat happens when you find your open access PhD thesis for sale on Amazon?
129著者在順を売るロシアの業者論文売買アダム・マーカスMarcus, Adam2019Retraction WatchExclusive: Russian site says it has brokered authorships for more than 10,000 researchers
128蝕(むしば)まれている論文データベース・スコーパス(Scopus)。被乗取学術誌リストの開設被乗取学術誌アイヴァン・オランスキーOransky, Ivan2022Retraction WatchWant to know whether that journal is scamming you? Introducing the Retraction Watch Hijacked Journal Checker
128蝕(むしば)まれている論文データベース・スコーパス(Scopus)。被乗取学術誌リストの開設被乗取学術誌アンナ・アバルキナAbalkina, Anna2021Retraction WatchHow hijacked journals keep fooling one of the world’s leading databases
128蝕(むしば)まれている論文データベース・スコーパス(Scopus)。被乗取学術誌リストの開設被乗取学術誌モハメド・アル=アムルAl-Amr, Mohammed2020Retraction WatchHow did content from a hijacked journal end up in one of the world’s most-used databases?
127被乗取学術誌に関する2つの古典的論文被乗取学術誌ジョン・ボハノンBohannon, John2015ScienceHow to hijack a journal
127被乗取学術誌に関する2つの古典的論文被乗取学術誌メヘルダッド・ジャラリアンJalalian, Mehrdad2015Geographica PannonicaThe full story of 90 hijacked journals from August 2011 to June 2015
126架空著者:トシユキ・バンギ(番木俊之、Toshiyuki Bangi)偽造著者レベッカ・ソーンSohn, Rebecca2023Retraction WatchEight papers retracted after author found to be fictional
125架空著者:ドラガン・ロドリゲス(Dragan Rodriguez)偽造著者レベッカ・ソーンSohn, Rebecca2023Retraction WatchWho are you, Dragan Rodriguez? Fifteen studies have the same fake author, sleuth finds
124書いていないのに単著論文の著者偽造著者エリー・キンケイドKincaid, Ellie2023Retraction WatchA professor found her name on an article she didn’t write. Then it got worse
123ネカト告発で34億円ゲット(米)ネカト防止:キイタム訴訟エドワード・マーティンMartin, Edward2019Business North CarolinaDeceit at Duke: How fraud at a university research lab prompted a $112M fine
123ネカト告発で34億円ゲット(米)ネカト防止:キイタム訴訟アイヴァン・オランスキーOransky, Ivan2019Retraction WatchJoseph Thomas just earned $33.8 million in a $112.5 million settlement with Duke. Here’s his story
123ネカト告発で34億円ゲット(米)ネカト防止:キイタム訴訟米国司法省United States Department of Justice2019United States Department of JusticeOffice of Public Affairs | Duke University Agrees to Pay U.S. $112.5 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations Related to Scientific Research Misconduct
122ネカト防止戦略ネカト防止バーナード・フォードFord, Bernard2022JDSupraStrategies for Preventing Research Misconduct
121米国の研究不正規則の改訂ネカト規則テレサ・デフィーノDefino, Theresa2022Report on Research ComplianceGroups Seek Substantive Revisions to HHS Misconduct Regs
121米国の研究不正規則の改訂ネカト規則エリー・キンケイドKincaid, Ellie2022Retraction WatchUS federal research watchdog wants your input
121米国の研究不正規則の改訂ネカト規則健康福祉省Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary2022Federal RegisterRequest for Information and Comments on the 2005 Public Health Service Policies on Research Misconduct
120研究データ共有のハウツウ・ガイドデータ共有ジョスリン・カイザーKaiser, Jocelyn2023ScienceReady, set, share: Researchers brace for new data-sharing rules
119米国・会計検査院:「もっと厳密・透明に研究しろ!」研究再現性キャンディス・ライトWright, Candice N.2022U.S. GAOResearch Reliability: Federal Actions Needed to Promote Stronger Research Practices
119米国・会計検査院:「もっと厳密・透明に研究しろ!」研究再現性ジョーダン・スミスSmith, Jordan2022MeriTalkGAO: Feds Must Promote Stronger Research Practices
118ネカトハンター:スマット・クライド(Smut Clyde)ネカトハンターホリー・エルスElse, Holly2022NatureWhat makes an undercover science sleuth tick? Fake-paper detective speaks out
117著名文学者名の科学論文出版アダム・マーカスMarcus, Adam2022Retraction WatchMeet the publisher making the science of Bronte, Faulkner, and Whitman available for the first time
116査読にお金を払う時代?出版シルビア・グッドマンGoodman, Sylvia2022Chronicle of Higher EducationIs It Time to Pay Peer Reviewers?
115ネカト告発、もっと必要!ネカト告発アマン・マジムダールMajmudar, Aman2022UndarkOpinion: Science Needs Better Fraud Detection – And More Whistleblowers
114ビックのネカトハンター人生ネカトハンターエリザベス・ビックBik, Elisabeth2022New York TimesOpinion | Science Has a Nasty Photoshopping Problem
113オーストラリア南極基地も性的暴行・セクハラまみれ性不正メレディス・ナッシュNash, Meredith2022Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and WaterSummary of Nash review of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Australian Antarctic program
112迫害された南極の性的暴行・セクハラ抗議者性不正ジェフリー・マービスMervis, Jeffrey2022ScienceSexual harassment ignored by U.S. Antarctic research program, employees say
111南極研究は性的暴行・セクハラ地獄性不正ケイティ・ランギンLangin, Katie2022ScienceSexual harassment plagues Antarctic research
110フェイク論文のAI簡単作成法フェイクアキ・ペリッツPeritz, Aki2022Wire SciencePlagiarism: AI Is Making It Easier Than Ever for Students to Cheat ?
109米国・科学庁(NSF)の盗用調査と盗用防止策盗用テレサ・デフィーノDefino, Theresa2022Report on Research ComplianceCommon, Costly, Preventable? NSF OIG Finds Pearls in Review of 10 Years of Plagiarism Cases
109米国・科学庁(NSF)の盗用調査と盗用防止策盗用科学庁NSF2022NSFObservations from NSF Plagiarism Investigations and Strategies to Prevent Plagiarism
108米英中の大学院生の盗用裁判裁判ジョナサン・ベイリーBailey, Jonathan2017Plagiarism TodayAcademic Plagiarism, Real Courts
107巨額な研究費ロス研究費レイチェル・クーパーCooper, Rachel2019ReformMedical research waste: expensive to ignore, cheap to fix
107巨額な研究ロス研究費イアン・チャーマーズChalmers, Ian2009LancetAvoidable waste in the production and reporting of research evidence
107巨額な研究ロス研究費ポール・グラショウGlasziou, Paul2016BMJIs 85% of health research really “wasted”?
106「研究規範・研究公正」違犯の記事と事件の統計分析記事分析アンナ・アーモンドArmond, Anna2021BMC Med EthicsA scoping review of the literature featuring research ethics and research integrity cases
105ディープフェイクの脅威フェイクカトリーナ・クレーマーKrämer, Katrina2022Chemistry WorldAI-generated images could make it almost impossible to detect fake papers
105ディープフェイクの脅威フェイクニュースNEWS2022Mind MattersThe Threat That Deepfakes Pose to Science Journals
105ディープフェイクの脅威画像ロンシャン・ユー、俞容山Yu、Rongshan2022PatternsDeepfakes: A new threat to image fabrication in scientific publications?
104殺害脅迫、幽霊研究者、別人なりすまし:研究不正の不思議な世界ネカトエリーゼ・ワージントンWorthington, Elise2022ABC NewsDeath threats, ghost researchers and sock puppets: Inside the weird, wild world of dodgy academic research
103大学の性不正・アカハラを取り締まるNIHの新規則性不正・アカハラマイク・ラウアーLauer, Mike、(Michael Lauer)2022NIH Extramural NEXUSCongress Strengthens NIH’s Ability To Address Harassment in NIH-funded Activities
103大学の性不正・アカハラを取り締まるNIHの新規則性不正・アカハラジョスリン・カイザーKaiser, Jocelyn2022ScienceNIH gains new power to police sexual harassment
102ネカト告発のいろいろ告発レックス・ブーテBouter, Lex M.2017Accountability in ResearchBoth Whistleblowers and the Scientists They Accuse Are Vulnerable and Deserve Protection
102ネカト告発のいろいろ告発エリザベス・ビックBik, Elisabeth2021twitterMicrobiomDigest
101JBCの新しい研究公正部長はネカト者研究公正レオニッド・シュナイダーSchneider, Leonid2022For Better ScienceNew Expert at JBC
101JBCの新しい研究公正部長はネカト者研究公正学会スタッフASBMB Today Staff2022Society news briefsNew data integrity team members
100オーストラリアに研究公正局を作れ研究公正デイヴィッド・ボーVaux, David2022ConversationAustralia needs an Office for Research Integrity to catch up with the rest of the world
99大学は不正行為の隠蔽を止めよ!隠蔽ジュリー・マクファーレンMacfarlane, Julie2022Times Higher EducationHigher education must stop covering up misconduct
98守秘義務契約の使用廃止:英国の大学隠蔽ミシェル・ドネランDonelan, Michelle2022GOV.UKUniversities pledge to end use of non-disclosure agreements
97ビックのネカト告発方法告発エリザベス・ビックBik, Elisabeth2019Science Integrity DigestHow to report misconduct to a journal
96ビックの画像不正基準画像不正エリザベス・ビックBik, Elisabeth2020Science Integrity DigestOops!… I Did It Again. When to correct or retract?
952021年の研究公正局クロ件数が3件だった理由ネカトアイヴァン・オランスキーOransky, Ivan2022Retraction WatchA U.S. federal science watchdog made just three findings of misconduct in 2021. We asked them why.
94研究公正局のネカト調査集計:2021年ネカト研究公正局Office of Research Integrity2022ORI BlogORI Case Closures
93研究再現性の改善策:英議会の科学技術委員会研究再現性ドロシー・ビショップBishop, Dorothy2022Times Higher EducationWhat can be done to improve research integrity?
92研究公正の改善策:撤回監視の見解研究公正アリソン・アブリティスAbritis, Alison2022Reproducibility and research integritySupplementary Written Evidence Submitted by Retraction Watch and The Center for Scientific Integrity (RRE0097)
91ファイザー社のワクチン治験ネカト:3の3製薬企業ハリー・デ・ケットヴィルde Quetteville, Harry2021TelegraphBehind the scenes of Pfizer’s ‘world-beating’ vaccine trials
90ファイザー社のワクチン治験ネカト:3の2製薬企業マリアン・デマシDemasi, Maryanne2021Investigative JournalismFresh doubts over data integrity in Pfizer mRNA trial
89ファイザー社のワクチン治験ネカト:3の1製薬企業ポール・タッカーThacker, Paul D.2021BMJCovid-19: Researcher blows the whistle on data integrity issues in Pfizer’s vaccine trial
88真鍮(しんちゅう)のドレークプレート(Drake’s Plate of Brass)ネカトケイティ・ダウドDowd, Katie2021SFGATEThis ‘treasure’ rewrote California history. It was an elaborate hoax
87臨床試験での研究不正ネカトアレサンドラ・バッファBaffa, Alessandra2021Clinical LeaderWhat Is Scientific Research Misconduct Fraud In Clinical Research
86学術公正認知度の世界ランキング研究公正ユホン(ヘレン)・ジャンZhang, Yuehong(Helen)2021Forensic Sciences ResearchThe next steps in academic integrity — education, awareness, norms, duty and law
85心理学でのデータねつ造と改革ネカトイェルテ・ヴィヒャーツWicherts, Jelte2021NatureHow misconduct helped psychological science to thrive
84研究偽造と絵画偽造ネカトジェレミー・フォックスFox, Jeremy2021Dynamic EcologyScientific fraud vs. art forgery (or, why are so many scientific frauds so easy to detect?)
83研究の進め方と論文出版の大改革出版シミーン・ヴァジーアVazire, Simine2021iai newsScience needs a radical overhaul
82研究不正行為の合意なき定義研究公正ヒュー・デスモンドDesmond, Hugh2021BioethicsResearch integrity codes of conduct in Europe: Understanding the divergences
82研究不正行為の合意なき定義研究公正キャスリーン・オグレイディO’Grady, Cathleen2021ScienceWhat is research misconduct? European countries can’t agree
81セクハラは文化習慣の問題で制度の問題ではない性不正クリムゾン編集委員会Crimson Editorial Board2021Harvard CrimsonSexual Harassment Is A Culture Problem, Not A Policy One
80どうして研究不正するのか?ネカトジョナサン・ヘリントンHerington, Jonathan2021Research EthicsA phenomenographic study of scientists’ beliefs about the causes of scientists’ research misconduct
79研究者の51%がクログレイ、8%がねつ造・改ざんしていたネカトヨップ・ドフリージャde Vrieze, Jop2021ScienceLandmark research integrity survey finds questionable practices are surprisingly common
79研究者の51%がクログレイ、8%がねつ造・改ざんしていたネカトゴウリ・ゴパラクリシュナGopalakrishna, Gowri2021MetaArXivPrevalence of questionable research practices, research misconduct and their potential explanatory factors: a survey among academic researchers in The Netherlands
78研究での成功とは何か?研究公正ノエミ・オベール・ボンAubert Bonn, Noemie2021Research Integrity and Peer ReviewRethinking success, integrity, and culture in research (part 2) — a multi-actor qualitative study on problems of science
78研究での成功とは何か?研究ノエミ・オベール・ボンAubert Bonn, Noemie2021Research Integrity and Peer ReviewRethinking success, integrity, and culture in research (part 1) — a multi-actor qualitative study on success in science
77研究倫理教育は時間の無駄?研究公正ジェマ・コンロイConroy, Gemma2020Nature IndexIs research integrity training a waste of time?
76記事削除の要請を拒否研究公正アダム・マーカスMarcus, Adam2021Retraction WatchFalse claims allegations cost Mass General, former Harvard researcher more than $1 million
76記事削除の要請を拒否研究公正アダム・マーカスMarcus, Adam2021Retraction WatchAttorney asks Retraction Watch to remove post because client has lost out on opportunities
75扇情的な科学用語は危険用語ジェマ・コンロイConroy, Gemma2021Nature IndexRise of the zombie ants. Why hype is creeping into scientific papers.
74研究に貢献した学部生や実験助手を共著者にせよ著者在順エミリー・フォガティFogarty, Emily2020ScienceDon’t erase undergrad researchers and technicians from author lists
73画像のAI合成:ウェスタンブロットフェイクペン・ルオLuo, Peng2021bioRxivEmerging Concern of Scientific Fraud: Deep Learning and Image Manipulation
72大学が守るプライバシーは誰のため?情報開示エイミー・ベンセネヘイヴァーBensenhaver, Amye2020State JournalGuest columnist: Whose ‘privacy’ is UK actually protecting?
71ネカトハンター・ビックを脅迫告発キャスリーン・オグレディO’Grady, Cathleen2021ScienceScientists rally around misconduct consultant facing legal threat after challenging COVID-19 drug researcher
71ネカトハンター・ビックを脅迫告発メリッサ・デイビーDavey, Melissa2021GuardianWorld expert in scientific misconduct faces legal action for challenging integrity of hydroxychloroquine study
70口先だけでなく実行しろよな、研究公正研究公正ニールス・マイルガー(ド)Mejlgaard, Niels2020NatureResearch integrity: nine ways to move from talk to walk
69ネカトを犯罪とします?ネカトゲルト・ヘルゲソンHelgesson, Gert2018Med Health Care and PhilosCriminalization of scientific misconduct
68ネカト者名等の黒塗り:カナダネカト不記載不記載2011NatureBlackened names
67ネカト申し立て予備調査記録の欠落ネカトロバート・バウフヴィッツBauchwitz, Robert2016Sci Eng EthicsThe Essential Need for Research Misconduct Allegation Audits
66米国の2020年採択ネカト研究研究公正研究公正局Office of Research Integrity2020ORI BlogORI Awards Six Research Integrity Grants
65盗用検出ソフトの裏をかく方法ネカト不記載不記載2020UCAECHO.NETIs it Possible to Fool Turnitin?
64ネカト被災者ネカトカタリーナ・ジマーZimmer, Katarina2020ScientistWhen Your Supervisor Is Accused of Research Misconduct
63新しい学術不正:評価数値の操作学術不正マリオ・ビアジオリBiagioli, Mario2020Los Angeles Review of BooksFraud by Numbers: Metrics and the New Academic Misconduct
62臨床研究の参加者(治験者)が嘘をついたらネカトダミアン・マクナマラMcNamara, Damian2020MedscapeLies and Desperation: How, Why ‘Professional Study Subjects’ Skew Clinical Research
61米国・科学庁(NSF)のネカト制裁の拙劣さ行政テレサ・デフィーノDefino, Theresa2020Report on Research ComplianceOIG Details Debarment Recommendations In Misconduct Cases; NSF Cites Timing for Inaction
60食品医薬品局(FDA)が臨床試験のネカトを隠蔽行政ピーター・サイモンズSimons, Peter2020Mad in AmericaFDA Inspections Revealing Research Misconduct Hidden from Public View
59学術詐欺の解決法ネカトポール・ウィルソンWilson, Paul2020ExchangesAcademic Fraud: Solving the crisis in modern academia
58欧州の研究公正ガバナンスネカトサンドラ・ベンディシオーリBendiscioli, Sandra2020 EMBO policy reportGovernance of research integrity: Options for a coordinated approach in Europe
57デタラメ論文と批判されたらネカトアンディ・テイTay, Andy2020Nature IndexWhat to do when your research comes under fire
56中国はネカトを厳罰化ネカトデイヴィッド・シラノスキーCyranoski, David2018NatureChina introduces ‘social’ punishments for scientific misconduct
55ネカトを刑法犯とするネカトラファエル・ダルレDal-Ré, Rafael2020Research EthicsShould research misconduct be criminalized?
54遺伝学論文の撤回理由撤回ラファエル・ダルレDal-Ré, Rafael2019J Med Genet.Reasons for and time to retraction of genetics articles published between 1970 and 2018
53撤回監視データベースから学ぶ撤回ジェフリー・ブレイナードBrainard, Jeffrey2018ScienceWhat a massive database of retracted papers reveals about science publishing’s ‘death penalty’
52科学公正とCOVID-19科学公正ジェシー・グッドマンGoodman, Jesse L.2020JAMAFinding Effective Treatments for COVID-19: Scientific Integrity and Public Confidence in a Time of Crisis
51学術界のイジメと防止行動アカハラナフィサ・ジャダブジJadavji, Nafisa M2019ecrLife”My PhD broke me”—bullying in academia and a call to action
50研究界のアカハラ問題アカハラホリー・エルスElse, Holly2018NatureDoes science have a bullying problem?
49教授のアカハラに対する院生の反応アカハラスザンヌ・モリスMorris, Suzanne E.2011Pertanika J. Soc. Sci. & HumDoctoral Students’ Experiences of Supervisory Bullying
48学術界のイジメと戦うアカハラマリア・スチュワートStewart, Maria Shine2018Inside Higher EdBattling Bullying in Academe
47米国の2019年採択ネカト研究研究公正研究公正局Office of Research Integrity2019ORI Blog8 Research on Research Integrity Grants Awarded
46グレインフリー(穀物不使用)ドッグフードニセ科学スティーブン・ノベラNovella, Steven2019NeuroLogica BlogGrain-Free Dog Food
45ネカトの要因と対策ネカトダニエル・ファネーリFanelli, Daniele2019Science and Engineering EthicsTesting Hypotheses on Risk Factors for Scientific Misconduct via Matched-Control Analysis of Papers Containing Problematic Image Duplications
44出版プレッシャーでネカトするわけじゃないネカトダニエル・ファネーリFanelli, Daniele2015PLoS ONEMisconduct Policies, Academic Culture and Career Stage, Not Gender or Pressures to Publish, Affect Scientific Integrity
43ジェネリック医薬品のウソ製薬キャサリン・イーバンEban, Katherine2019 EccoBottle of Lies: The Inside Story of the Generic Drug Boom
43ジェネリック医薬品のウソ製薬2019CBS NEWSAllegations of widespread fraud raise questions about the safety of generic drugs made overseas
42査読の半分は院生やポスドクの代筆出版ゲイリー・マクダウェルMcDowell, Gary S.2019BioRxivCo-reviewing and ghostwriting by early career researchers in the peer review of manuscripts
42査読の半分は院生やポスドクの代筆出版キュ・チンチョンJin Chung, Kyu2019Archives of Plastic SurgeryThe peer review system of Archives of Plastic Surgery: Current status and plans for improvement
41はよ作れ米国・研究政策委員会ネカトシーケー・ガンセイラスGunsalus, C. K.2019NatureOverdue: a US advisory board for research integrity
40モンテネグロのネカト禁止法法律2019EducationWorldMontenegro: Stern anti-cheating laws
40モンテネグロのネカト禁止法法律ミコ・タタロビッチTatalovic, Mico2019Retraction WatchMontenegro just made plagiarism illegal. What does it hope to achieve?
39要約盗用(compression plagiarism)盗用マイケル・ドハティDougherty, Michael2019ArgumentationThe Pernicious Effects of Compression Plagiarism on Scholarly Argumentation
39要約盗用(compression plagiarism)盗用アイヴァン・オランスキーOransky, Ivan2019Retraction WatchCompression plagiarism: An “under-recognized variety” that software will miss
38盗用ソフトは不完全なのに1700億円盗用デボラ・ヴィーバー=ヴルフWeber-Wulff, Debora2019NaturePlagiarism detectors are a crutch, and a problem
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37捕食学術誌のICMJE推薦学術誌リストへの浸食捕食ラファエル・ダルレDal-Ré, Rafael2019Netherlands Journal of MedicineArticle: Potential predatory journals are colonizing the ICMJE recommendations list of followers
36まず論文掲載、後からキュレート出版ボードー・スターンStern, Bodo M.2019PLoS BiolA proposal for the future of scientific publishing in the life sciences
35プランSの攻防出版シャーロット・ハウグHaug, Charlotte J.2019N Engl J MedNo Free Lunch — What Price Plan S for Scientific Publishing?
34捕食会議は踊る捕食ジャック・グローブGrove, Jack2017Times Higher EducationPredatory conferences ‘now outnumber official scholarly events’
33捕食学術誌に出版する意図捕食ナメメ・シャゲイShaghaei, Najmeh2018LIBER QuarterlyBeing a deliberate prey of a predator: Researchers’ thoughts after having published in predatory journal
32捕食学術誌に注意!捕食ハニー・シャルマSharma, Hunny2018J Postgrad MedPredatory journals: The rise of worthless biomedical science
31スコーパス(Scopus)中の捕食論文捕食ヴィト・マカセックMacháček, Vít2017Praha : Národohospodářský ústav AV ČR v.v.i.Predatory journals in Scopus
30南アの論文報奨金論文報奨デイヴィッド・ヘディングHedding, David W.2019NaturePayouts push professors towards predatory journals
29ケイレブ・ラック助教授の捕食学術誌・捕食事件捕食ケイレブ・ラックLack, Caleb2018Center for InquiryPreying on the Predatory Journals: A Case Study
28ジョン・マックールの捕食論文悪ふざけ捕食ジョン・マックールMcCool, John2017ScientistWhy I Published in a Predatory Journal
27論文出版での脅迫・贈収賄・性的サービス論文報奨キーKey2010ChinaHushCommunication University professor’s casting couch affair
27論文出版での脅迫・贈収賄・性的サービス論文報奨アリソン・マクックMcCook, Alison2017Retraction WatchPay to play? Three new ways companies are subverting academic publishing
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26論文報奨金論文報奨無記名(編集委員)2017NaturePublish or impoverish: Don’t pay prizes for published science
26論文報奨金論文報奨アリソン・アブリティスAbritis, Alison2017ScienceCash bonuses for peer-reviewed papers go global
26論文報奨金論文報奨イシマエル・トンガイTongai, Ishmael2013UWNSOUTH AFRICA 
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24捕食業者と研究者はグル捕食カタリナ・ピサンスキーPisanski, Katarzyna2017NaturePredatory journals recruit fake editor
24捕食業者と研究者はグル捕食ジーナ・コラータKolata, Gina2017NY TimesA Scholarly Sting Operation Shines a Light on ‘Predatory’ Journals
24捕食業者と研究者はグル捕食ジーナ・コラータKolata, Gina2017NY TimesMany Academics Are Eager to Publish in Worthless Journals
23世界の理工医学(STM)学術出版の全体像出版ロブ・ジョンソンJohnson, Rob2018STM ReportAn overview of scientific and scholarly publishing 5th edition
22捕食出版社・オミックス社の経験捕食イゼット・マシックMasic, Izet2017Med ArchPredatory Publishing – Experience with OMICS International
21捕食学術社からのメチャクチャな勧誘捕食エリック・メルシエMercier, Éric2017Postgrad Med J.Invitations received from potential predatory publishers and fraudulent conferences: a 12-month early-career researcher experience
20ビールのライフワーク:捕食出版社との闘い捕食ジェフリー・ビールBeall, Jeffrey2017Biochem Med (Zagreb)What I learned from predatory publishers
19捕食学術誌の餌食にならない方法捕食リー・ガニョンGagnon, Lea2018Nature IndiaPublishing tips: How not to fall for a predatory journal
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17研究ネカトのコスト:1件5千万円コストエリザベス・ギャモンGammon, Elizabeth2013J Health Care FinanceResearch misconduct oversight: defining case costs
16もっと信頼できる調査報告書を調査シーケー・ガンセイラスGunsalus, C. K.2018JAMAInstitutional Research Misconduct Reports Need More Credibility
15著者の論文貢献度指数著者在順ステファン・ボイヤーBoyer, Stéphane2017Research Integrity and Peer ReviewPercentage-based Author Contribution Index: a universal measure of author contribution to scientific articles
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13教科書著者:製薬企業からの報酬の非開示利益相反ブライアン・パイパーPiper, Brian J.2018AJOB Empirical BioethicsUndisclosed conflicts of interest among biomedical textbook authors
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11大学と企業のネカト比較事件分析サイモン・ゴデチャルGodecharle, Simon2017Sci Eng EthicsScientists Still Behaving Badly? A Survey Within Industry and Universities
10ネカトの仕方教えます事件分析ニコラ・リゥジエーRougier, Nicolas P.2017hal-01562601Ten Simple Rules for Scientific Fraud & Misconduct
9ネカト事件40件の分析事件分析ウルフガング・ストレーベStroebe, Wolfgang2012Perspectives on Psychological ScienceScientific Misconduct and the Myth of Self-Correction in Science
8ロシアの盗用博士論文盗博アンドレイ・ロストフツェフRostovtsev, Andrei2016Copy, Shake, and PasteFake Academic Degrees in Russia
7生命科学者の書いた研究ネカト総説ネカトデイヴィッド・ボーVaux, David L.2016Handbook of Academic IntegrityScientific misconduct: falsification, fabrication, and misappropriation of credit
6研究ネカト被告発者が後悔する8つの無知ネカトカラン・シュタインStein, Callan2015Retraction Watch8 things you might not know about research misconduct proceedings
5研究ジャーナルの論文撤回規定論文撤回デイヴィッド・レズニックResnik, David B.2015J Med Libr AssocRetraction policies of top scientific journals ranked by impact factor
4米国・細胞生物学会の研究再現性問題への対策再現性マーク・ウィニーWiney, Mark2015A White Paper from the American Society for Cell BiologyHow Can Scientists Enhance Rigor in Conducting Basic Research and Reporting Research Results
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1ねつ造医学論文を出版する捕食出版社捕食エリザベス・セグランSegran, Elizabeth2015Fast CompanyCuckoo for Cocoa Puffs?
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2024-3世界大学ランキングに背を向ける大学たち SWI swissinfo.ch大学ランキング脱退
2024-3Guest opinion: Scientific fraud puts Utah children’s safety at risk Daily Herald〇ネカトは子供に悪影響
2024-3The Greatest Scientific Fraud Of All Time -- Part XXXII (Sea Level Rise Edition)Manhattan Contrarian海面上昇のウソ
2024-3中国の大学教授がChatGPTで書いた論文がそのまま掲載?―中国メディアrecordchinaChatGPT
2024-3AI scandal rocks academia as nearly 200 studies are found to have been partly generated by ChatGPT Daily Mail Online●ChatGPT
2024-3Why is plagiarism apparently more common in research funded by the NSF than the NIH?Chemistry World●NIHとNSFのネカトの違い
2024-3Up to one in seven submissions to hundreds of Wiley journals show signs of paper mill activityRetraction Watch●投稿論文の7つに1つが論文工場製
2024-3Integrity Issues Rampant in Alzheimer's Research, Say InvestigatorsMedscape◎アルツハイマ―研究者にネカト蔓延
2024-3Scientific Fraud in the Age of AIGWC Mag〇AI時代の科学詐欺
2024-3Scientific Fraud in the Age of AI | American Council on Science and HealthAmerican Council on Science and Health〇AI時代の科学詐欺
2024-3Podcast: Fraudulent Research Threatens Scientific ProgressAmerican Council on Science and Health〇詐欺が科学をダメにする
2024-3The evil impact of medical research misconductIsland〇医学の研究不正
2024-3China has a list of suspect journals and it’s just been updatednature〇中国の学術誌黒リスト
2024-3La superlega dei Top Italian ScientistsROARS〇イタリア
2024-3Fake cancer research and scientific fraud allegations hit the Dana-Farber Cancer InstituteVox〇デタラメ氾濫
2024-3Publish and perish: New issues in publication ethicsIndian Journal of Medical EthicsAkira Akabayashi
2024-3Fake academic papers are on the rise: why they’re a danger and how to stop themconversation〇フェイク論文
2024-3Virtues and vocation: An historical perspective on scientific integrity in the twenty-first centuryEndeavour●研究公正の歴史
2024-3The Dark World of ‘Citation Cartels’chronicle●●引用工場
2024-3Millions of research papers at risk of disappearing from the Internetnature●●数百万報の論文消滅
2024-3Science integrity sleuths welcome legal aid fund for whistleblowers Science | AAAS●●ネカトハンター支援に1億円
2024-3College Advisor Suddently Cuts Off Communication And Former Student Discovers They Plagiarized Their Research, So They Get Revenge And Ruin Their CareerTwistedSifter〇教員の盗用、学生の報復
2024-3AI’s role in rampant scientific fraud undermines nutrition sciencenaturalproductsinsider〇栄養学でのネカト
2024-3Fake cancer research and scientific fraud allegations hit the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Vox◎Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
2024-3Strict Liability and Research Fraud - by James Heathersjames.claims●●ネカト有罪者。解説済(7-145
2024-2Science map of academic misconduct Innovation◎ネカトの分野別集計
2024-2As the world turns: scientific publishing in the digital eraEnvironmental Health研究文化の変化
2024-2米国で半数の中国人留学生が不正によって退学処分になっている理由—中国経済の停滞と国民の不満噴出[補足編2]-(松沢呉一) |松沢呉一のビバノン・ライフ中国人留学生の不正
2024-2Huge genome study confronted by concerns over race analysisScience | AAAS人種研究
2024-2New documents shed light on MD Anderson Cancer Institute feudSTAT●著作権
2024-2Research integrity and academic medicine: the pressure to publish and research misconductJournal of Osteopathic Medicine●●出版圧力
2024-2Institutional Ethics Committees Move Too Slowly, Critics Sayundark●●調査が遅すぎ
2024-2Charging authors for scientific publishing is fundamentally flawednst◎論文掲載料
2024-2United2Act Against Paper Mills: Fighting Fraud that Corrupts the Scholarly Record Scholarly Kitchen◎論文工場との闘い
2024-2Bounded research ethicality: researchers rate themselves and their field as better than others at following good research practiceScientific Reports◎自分の分野は他より良い
2024-2Should we penalise scientific misconduct in rankings scores?universityworldnews◎研究不正を大学ランキングに
2024-2Fraudulent studies are undermining the reliability of systematic reviews – a study of the prevalence of problematic images in preclinical studies of depression bioRxiv◎うつ病の前臨床試験のネカト
2024-2Got chocolate milk? As US schools consider a ban, an old, sketchy study holds sway School meals | The Guardian〇学校の食べもの
2024-2ゲスト投稿 - シンガポールから香港経由でアテネへ:科学研究から実際の応用および政策立案までの研究公正の旅程 - The Scholarly Kitchen --- Guest Post - From Singapore to Athens via Hong Kong: The Itinerary of Research Integrity from Scientific Research to Real-life Applications and Policy MakingScholarly Kitchen◎研究公正
2024-2Is ChatGPT making scientists hyper-productive? The highs and lows of using AInature◎ChatGPT
2024-2Influential abortion-pill studies retracted: the science behind the decisionnature●中絶薬論文撤回
2024-2Indigenous people sue over alleged Canadian secret medical experimentCanada | The Guardianカナダの無断医学データ取得
2024-2Why Harvard University Is Failing at Everythingbostonmagazineハーバード大学
2024-2Elisabeth Bik tackles the widespread issue of research misconductSTATElisabeth Bik
2024-22/23/2024: Announcing the Scientific Integrity Fundfollowin研究公正基金の設立
2024-2Penn Calls for Withdrawal of ORI’s Misconduct Proposed Reg; Many Commenters Also Critical Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) - JDSupra●研究公正局の規則改訂
2024-2‘I should do what?’ Addressing research misconduct through values alignmentResearch Ethics●価値観の一致
2024-2It's time to pay academic peer reviewers Times Higher Education (THE)●査読の有料化
2024-2Why Scientists Should Care About Society PublishingTechnology Networks〇学術出版に関心を持て!
2024-2[2402.08796] Reproducibility, Replicability, and Transparency in Research: What 430 Professors Think in Universities across the USA and Indiaarxiv〇国の違い
2024-2Wanted: Scientific Errors. Cash Reward.chronicle●●有償ネカトハンティング
2024-2Research IntegrityYouTube特殊:Illex illecebrosus
、ZeebaTV、1,735 本の動画
2024-2How (not) to deal with missing data: An economist’s take on a controversial studyRetraction Watch〇統計処理
2024-2‘Publish or Perish’: The dark side of tenured professorshipWashington Square News◎教授職獲得困難
2024-2Worse than Plagiarism: False Firstness Claims and Dismissive Literature Reviews Minding The Campus●盗用より悪いもの
2024-2How common is academic plagiarism?Impact of Social Sciences●盗用は多い?
2024-2Letters: Plagiarism Has No Place at Harvard — or Anywhere Else In Higher Edchronicle●盗用者は去れ
2024-2A once-ignored community of science sleuths now has the research community on its heelsnbc●ネカトハンター重要性
2024-2Needed: less science hype!Hill Times有料◎科学の誇大表現
2024-2Why do some academics review so many papers? Times Higher Education (THE)◎多査読
2024-2Passion is not misconductScience◎Michael Mann裁判
2024-2Guest Post - The Perplexing Puzzle of the Top 2% Scientists ListScholarly Kitchen◎大学ランキング
2024-2[2402.05519] Can ChatGPT evaluate research quality?arxiv〇人口知能ChatGPT
2024-2Is ‘silent’ outcome switching in clinical trials research misconduct?transparimed〇臨床試験
2024-2The Poor Reputation of Our ScientistsOpinion En.tempo.co〇インドネシアのネカト
2024-2Research Fraud Runs Rampant In The Nutrition FieldNutraceuticals World栄養学ネカト
2024-2Vendor offering citations for purchase is latest bad actor in scholarly publishingScience | AAAS●引用工場
2024-2Can elite universities be reformed without replacing their professors? The Hill◎大学再建
2024-2China conducts nationwide audit of research misconduct after thousands of papers retracted | NewsChemistry World●中国:撤回論文の全国調査
2024-2China Finally Decides To Review Research Misconduct After More Than 17,000 Retractions. This Is A Very Big DealDaily Caller●中国:撤回論文の全国調査
2024-2China conducts first nationwide review of retractions and research misconductnature●中国:撤回論文の全国調査  日本語解説
2024-2Impact of Research Misconduct on Universities and Protective Measuresmedrivaネカトの蔓延
2024-2Rising Concerns Over Research Misconduct and Image Manipulation in Academic Sciencemedrivaネカトの蔓延
2024-2Scientific Research Integrity: Rising Cases of Misconduct and Emerging Solutionsmedrivaネカトの蔓延
2024-2Surge in Research Misconduct Cases: Universities Witness Alarming Increasemedriva〇ネカトの蔓延
2024-2News Outlet Blames Photoshop for Making Australian Lawmaker’s Photo More Revealing New York Times◎豪:
2024-2Make publishing more efficient and equitable by supporting a “publish, then review” model Federation of American Scientists●出版後査読
2024-2Whistleblowers should have their risks federally coveredmandarin◎豪:告発支援、キイタム訴訟
2024-2Earning respect and trustScience◎編集者
2024-2NYU Removed 2 Doctors Over Israel-Hamas Posts. Then Their Fates Diverged.New York Times◎コクハラ?
2024-2We found a major flaw in a scientific reagent used in thousands of neuroscience experiments — and we’re trying to fix it.Transmitter: Neuroscience News and Perspectives◎C9ORF72
2024-2ISR Roundtable 2023: The future of preserving the integrity of the scholarly record togetherCrossref◎研究公正
2024-2Author-pays will never open humanities scholarship Times Higher Education (THE)〇オープンアクセス・人文
2024-2Editor publisher relationship: A perfect target for paper millsjigishapatel〇論文工場
2024-2Review mills identified as a new form of peer-review fraudChemistry World〇査読偽装
2024-2PROF JENKINS: Plagiarism is just the tip of the icebergCampus Reform◎ネカトの蔓延
2024-2‘Obviously ChatGPT’ — how reviewers accused me of scientific fraudnature●ChatGPT
2024-2Indian paper mill disbands WhatsApp community following investigationRetraction Watch●論文工場:iTrilon閉鎖
2024-2Plagiarism Is Not Always Easy to Define or DetectGood Men Project●盗用
2024-2Medical research at stake as fake scientific papers balloon Juta MedicalBrief◎Fakeの蔓延
2024-2Sex offenders allowed to work as doctors and one gains a national Clinical Excellence AwardPeter Wilmshurst◎性犯罪者が受賞
2024-2Shaping the Future of Research: Uniting AI and Open Science to Transform Scientific Incentivesby Sean Hill | Medium●研究界の未來
2024-2‘The situation has become appalling’: fake scientific papers push research credibility to crisis point | Peer review and scientific publishingGuardian◎ネカトの蔓延
2024-2Artificial intelligence to prevent scientific fraudWest Observer有料◎人工知能はネカト防止できるか
2024-2Disciplining research misconductkathmandupost◎ネカトと処罰
2024-1AI and the Future of Image Integrity in Scientific Publishing Science Editor◎画像問題
2024-1Briefing note no.4: Why higher education institutions should join the MisconductDisclosure Scheme●●不正を公表
2024-1The Science Journals That Will Publish AnythingOffice for Science and Society - McGill University◎捕食学術誌
2024-1Science sleuths are using technology to find fakery and plagiarism in published researchAP News◎研究公正
2024-1Weaponizing plagiarism will restore faith in academic institutionsNational Post◎盗用を武器に
2024-1The researchers taking on fraudulent scienceAnalyst News◎ネカトハンター
2024-1How many authors are (too) many? A retrospective, descriptive analysis of authorship in biomedical publicationsScientometrics●適正な著者数
2024-1Citation cartels help some mathematicians—and their universities—climb the rankingsScience | AAAS●引用カルテル
2024-1My Favorite Euphemisms for PlagiarismPlagiarism Today◎盗用
2024-1UWA silent as judge rules geoscientist liedTimes Higher Education (THE)◎豪の裁判所と大学
2024-1Detecting fraud in scientific publications | Interview with Cyril Labbésciencepod◎人工知能でネカトハント
2024-1How many casualties would a plagiarism war produce?insidehighered◎盗用の蔓延
2024-1Open access ‘strengthens big publishers’Times Higher Education (THE)◎学術誌
2024-1Potential Issues in Mandating a Disclosure of Institutional Investigation in Retraction NoticesScience and Engineering Ethics●情報開示
2024-1Exploring the dimensions of responsible research systems and cultures: a scoping reviewRoyal Society Open Science●責任ある研究実施 (RCR)
2024-1Dana-Farber retractions: meet the blogger who spotted problems in dozens of cancer papersnature●ネカトハンター:Sholto David.
2024-1Journal pulls papers following Retraction Watch investigationRetraction Watch●論文工場:iTrilon
2024-1Exclusive: Elsevier journal COPE threatened with sanctions will retract four more articlesRetraction Watch◎学術誌怠惰:論文撤回
2024-1Whistleblowers flagged 300 scientific papers for retraction. Many journals ghosted themScience | AAAS◎学術誌怠惰:論文撤回
2024-1Female Sexual Predators Are Treated With Double Standards—Here’s HowEvie Magazine◎性加害女性教員
2024-1The false hope of the new Alzheimer's drugsUnHerd◎認知症薬OK?
2024-1Exclusive: Mayo, Florida profs among authors of article tied to Indian paper millRetraction Watch●論文工場
2024-1[2401.04022] Identifying Fabricated Networks within Authorship-for-Sale Enterprisesarxiv●論文売買
2024-1Οι υπερ-παραγωγικοί ερευνητές δεν είναι απαραιτήτως υπερ-αξιόπιστοιΑυγή◎多数論文出版者
2024-1This Indian watchdog is cleaning up ‘mess’ in academia—falsification, fabrication & fraudprint◎インドのネカト監視
2024-1Editing companies are stealing unpublished research to train their AITimes Higher Education (THE)◎編集社の盗用
2024-1Full article: Safeguarding scientific integrity: A case study in examining manipulation in the peer review processAccountability in Research◎査読段階の操作
2024-1Common Flaws in Running Human Evaluation Experiments in NLP Computational Linguistics | MIT Press〇 NLP
2024-1Is the academic social networking site ResearchGate still relevant?cen〇ResearchGateとMDPI
2024-1Science’s fake-paper problem: high-profile effort will tackle paper millsnature●論文工場
2024-1Government Funded Science Has a Major Fraud Problemcatalyst●ネカト
2024-1Rules won’t stop social science research fraudTimes Higher Education (THE)●規則は無力
2024-1Gift and Ghost Authorship and the Use of Authorship Guidelines in Psychology JournalsOSF Preprints●心理学:著者在順
2024-1Gift authorship common in psychology, survey suggestsRetraction Watch●心理学:著者在順
2024-1Physicians who oversaw diagnostic manual’s revision had pharma fundingTransmitter: Neuroscience News and Perspectives◎癒着
2024-1Plagiarism is more than just copyinginsidehighered◎盗用
2024-1Science Has a Major Fraud Problem. Here’s Why Government Funding Is the Likely CulpritFoundation for Economic Education◎研究詐欺
2024-1Full article: A model of the interrelationship between research ethics and research integrityInternational Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being◎研究公正
2024-1“On the ruins of seriality”: The scientific journal and the nature of the scientific life Endeavour◎学術誌
2023-11Predatory journals: How to recognise and keep clear!Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh◎学術誌
2024-1Gatekeepers or gatecrashers? The inside connection in editorial board publications of Turkish national journalsScientometrics◎編集者
2024-1Plagiarism policing serves democracy, not white, Western supremacyTimes Higher Education (THE)◎盗用
2024-1Den største trusselen mot forskningen kommer innenfraforskning◎研究界内で告発
2024-1How an Indian dental college climbed the ranks: A bibliometric analysis with emphasis on self-citationOral Oncology Reports◎インドのランキング不正
2024-1Plagiarism detection software, explainedbostonglobe◎有料:盗用摘発ごっこ
2024-1The next chapter for Frontiers: to the open access tipping pointFrontiers◎Frontiers縮小
2024-1The Role of the U.S. Office of Research Integrity and Its Impact on Scientific Researchmedriva●研究公正局の規則改訂
2024-1Billionaire launches plagiarism detection effort against MIT president and all its faculty Science | AAAS●盗用
2024-1Rooting out scientific misconductScience●研究公正局の規則改訂
2024-1国際雑誌が大量の中国人学者の論文を取り下げ、教育省は自己調査を要求Ban News Network◎中国:撤回論文の精査
2024-1國外撤回大量中國學者論文 教育部開展高校撤稿論文自查hk01◎中国:撤回論文の精査
2024-1遭國外撤回大量論文!陸教育部下令各校自查撤稿論文 嚴懲學術不端大陸傳真 | 兩岸 | 聯合新聞網◎中国:撤回論文の精査
2024-1中國論文遭大量撤稿 官方下令大學展開自查 中央通訊社◎中国:撤回論文の精査
2024-1Plagiarism is not always easy to define or detectconversation盗用
2024-1US project seeks standard way to communicate research retractionsnature●論文撤回
2024-1Health Care Attorneys Author Comment Letter on Proposed Changes to Federal Regulations on Research Misconduct// CommentsRopes & Gray LLP●研究公正局の規則改訂
2024-1The weaponisation of forensic research auditing will not resolve systemic research misconduct USAPP◎ネカト攻撃の無益
2024-1Reasons of Iranian Researchers’ Articles Retractions: A Systematic ReviewAcademic Librarianship and Information Research〇イラン:論文撤回理由
2024-1OSF Preprints | Planned but ever published? A retrospective analysis of clinical prediction modelling studies registered on clinicaltrials.gov since 2000osf〇臨床研究:発表なし
2024-1Major Medical Journal Reverses Itself On ‘Research Parasites’ As NIH Beefs Up Data Sharing Rulesforbes●データ共有
2024-1Australian academy wants stronger integrity watchdogResearch Professional News有料、◎豪:公正局設立の方向
2024-1Coates | What if It Didn’t Happen: Data Management and Avoiding Research MisconductJournal of eScience Librarianship◎データ管理
2024-1Genuine images in 2024 Science●操作画像検出//240107:「すべての学術誌でAIによる不正画像チェックを行う」とScienceが発表 - GIGAZINE
2024-1Interview: Retracted Papers and Collateral Damageundark●ネカト被災者
2024-1Universities look for misconduct in retracted papersChinadaily.com.cn◎中国の大学は自律調査
2024-1Opinion | The Problems Only Start With PlagiarismThe New York Times◎盗用
2024-1The weaponisation of forensic research auditing will not resolve systemic research misconductImpact of Social Sciences●ハンターの限界
2024-1A Brief Guide to How Colleges Adjudicate Plagiarism Caseschronicle◎盗用対処ガイド
2024-1Clinical Trial Fraud: ‘Specter of Impact’ For Big Pharma CompaniesPink Sheet◎臨床試験ネカト
2023-12Uncovering Data Collection Practices in Student ResearchNeuroscience News〇学生のデータ収集
2023-12LETTER | Reading between the lines of retractionsmalaysiakini◎撤回の含意
2023-12Is the Patent System Sensitive to Incorrect Information? | The Review of Economics and StatisticsMIT Press◎特許の不正確
2023-12Being part of the self-correction of scienceMRC Epidemiology Unit◎自律訂正
2023-12Another Reason Why Diamond Access Makes Sense: No Economic Barriers To Publishing RebuttalsTechdirt◎ダイヤ論文
2023-12Publisher donating author fees from retracted articles to charity Retraction Watch◎撤回で掲載料返金
2023-12Sorbonne’s embrace of free research platform shakes up academic publishingft◎OpenAlex
2023-10Fake Reviews at MDPI Predatory JournalsPredatory Reports◎査読偽装、査読工場
2023-12Commentary: Fighting fluoridation of our watercleburnetimesreview.com◎フッ素添加水
2023-12Students' Data Collection Trustworthy for Scientific Research?Mirage News◎ポーランド:学生の公正観アンケート
2023-12A MAGIcal Special ERMPS IssueScience Integrity Digest●論文工場
2023-12Rampant Research Misconduct Exposed: Fraudulent Publishing UncoveredClayton County Register異常な出版論文数
2023-12Liêm chính nghiên cứu khoa học: Đã đến lúc cơ quan quản lý phải vào cuộcthanhnien◎ベトナム:公正改革
2023-12Mistaking a duck for a skvader: How a conceptual form of circular analysis may taint many neuroscience studiessTransmitter: Neuroscience News and Perspective◎神経科学の循環分析
2023-12[Scientific integrity faces plagiarism fabricated with the ChatGPT].Europe PMC◎人工知能論文のネカト
2023-12Peru moves to crack down on scientific fraudstersScience | AAAS●ネカト取締り:ペルー
2023-12When a postdoc in my lab committed fraud, I had to face my own culpability Science | AAAS●ネカト被災者
2023-12What analyzing 30 years of US federal research misconduct sanctions revealedRetraction Watch●ORI分析
2023-12Factors related to the severity of research misconduct administrative actions: An analysis of office of research integrity case summaries from 1993 to 2023Accountability in Research有料、ORI分析
2023-12Guest post: Why I commented on the proposed changes to U.S. federal research-misconduct policies – and why you should, too Retraction Watch●ORI改革案。解説済(7-142
2023-12Research Integrity YouTube●ネカト証拠
2023-12Hindawi reveals process for retracting more than 8,000 paper mill articlesRetraction Watch●Hindawi 論文工場
2023-12Scientific fraud an open secretsun〇ネカト雑感
2023-12The amount of research in the last seven years has grown by 50 per cent. Are important findings being overlooked?sciencenorway●論文数5割増し
2023-12Silent, yet indispensableResearch Information●研究公正促進
2023-12The threat of paper mills to social science journals: The case of the Tanu.pro paper mill in Mind, Brain & EducationPsyArXiv Preprints●論文工場
2023-12Federal agency’s plan to disclose university misconduct findings splits academicsScience | AAAS●ORI改革案。解説済(7-143
2023-12Archaeology society votes to ban photos of Indigenous burial offeringsScience | AAAS〇考古学
2023-12Celebrating ORI Deputy Director Wanda K. JonesORI - The Office of Research Integrity〇Jones退職
2023-12Integrity of Clinical Neuroradiological Research Clinical Neuroradiology●不正行為率。有料
2023-12How to level the global publishing playing fieldnature〇南
2023-12Research misconduct: Proposed new rules face resistancestat●ORI改革案
2023-12US universities protest research fraud rulesTimes Higher Education (THE)●ORI改革案
2023-12PsyArXiv Preprints | The threat of paper mills to social science journals: The case of the Tanu.pro paper mill in Mind, Brain & EducationPsyArXiv Preprints●論文工場 Anna Abalkina, and Dorothy Bishop
2023-12More than 10,000 research papers were retracted in 2023 — a new recordnature◎撤回論文・1万。東亜日報グノシー
2023-12Scientific fraud is more open than secretFree Malaysia Today (FMT)〇ネカト、オープン
2023-12UNSW to be investigated over 'preliminary' research misconduct inquiry that has taken two yearsABC News◎豪:公正局設立の方向
2023-12Research Integrity: Where We Are and Where We Are HeadingJournal of Korean Medical Science◎研究公正
2023-12In defense of quantitative metrics in researcher assessmentsPLOS Biology◎研究者評価法
2023-12View of When Authorship Becomes a Burden: Learning About Authorship Issues in Scientific ArticlesPrinciples and Practice of Clinical Research◎著者在順
2023-12NIH puts hold on $30 million trial of potential stroke drugScience | AAAS◎3K3A-APC臨床試験
2023-12Spain wants to change how it evaluates scientists—and end the ‘dictatorship of papers’ Science | AAAS◎スペインの研究者評価法
2023-12New “Meta-Ranking” of Philosophy JournalsDaily Nous〇心理学学術誌ランキング
2023-12A Venture Capitalist for Better ScienceThe Ongoing Transformation〇改善
2023-12How to Stop Academic Fraudsterschronicle●新しい不正
2023-12How My PhD Professor’s Irrational Remark Reeked Of Misogyny In Cla…shethepeople〇アカハラ
2023-12Ghostwriting's plagiarism problemBoing Boing●代筆
2023-12The role of judiciary in addressing academic plagiarism Daily Star●盗用と法律
2023-12Research misconduct: Proposed new rules face resistancestatnews●ORI改革案
2023-12Leading scholarly database listed hundreds of papers from ‘hijacked’ journals Science | AAAS◎被乗取学術誌
2023-12Call to Bolster Governance of Research MisconductMirage News◎豪:公正局設立の方向
2023-12Wiley to stop using “Hindawi” name amid $18 million revenue declineRetraction Watch◎学術出版
2023-12Scientists Behaving Badly Evolution News◎悪い研究者
2023-12How to cover academic research fraud and scientic errorsjournalists resource◎ネカト問題
2023-12Cyberstalking pits Harvard professor against PubPeerRetraction Watch●PubPeer問題
2023-11Defence against the dark arts: a proposal for a new MSc courseBishopBlog●学術警察 日本語解説
2023-11Evolving patterns of extremely productive publishing behavior across sciencebioRxiv◎多数論文出版者
2023-11Dr Chelsea Polis: ‘The scientific world recognises when you stick your neck out and do the right thing’ Science | The Guardian◎Chelsea Polis
2023-11Sydney: Graeber sacked for ‘serious misconduct’Times Higher Education (THE)◎Manuel Graeber(豪)
2023-11Science is littered with zombie studies. Here’s how to stop their spread. The Hill
2023-11Medical research in Canada not meeting all criteria: report CTV News●カナダのデタラメ臨床試験
2023-11Frodi scientifiche: libri e curiosità sul lato della scienza che non si conoscemaremosso◎ネカト蔓延(イタリア語)
2023-11Assessment report Hcéres - CNRS 2023CNRS●フランスのネカト対処
2023-11To improve social science publications let's lose the discussion sectionImpact of Social Sciences討論欄不要
2023-11[2311.14720] AI Use in Manuscript Preparation for Academic Journalsarxiv◎人工知能で論文執筆
2023-11Sports Illustrated Published Articles by Fake, AI-Generated Writersfuturism◎人工知能が書いた記事
2023-11Reviewer training for improving grant and journal peer reviewHesselberg, J-O - 2023 | Cochrane Library◎査読教育限界
2023-11Submitting papers to several journals at oncenature●多重投稿
2023-11Scammers threaten quality of research survey data Transmitter: Neuroscience News and Perspectivesアンケート偽回答
2023-11Open Science Charter makes urgent appeal for open accessResearch Information◎学術出版
2023-11Latitudes: Top editors of a key international-ed journal resign in a dispute over managementchronicle
2023-11The SNSF is no longer funding Open Access articles in special issuesSwiss National Science Foundation◎特別号に助成なし
2023-6In a Tipster's Note, a View of Science Publishing's Achilles Heelundark◎特別号に助成なし
2023-11Challenges posed by hijacked journals in Scopus Abalkina - Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology〇被乗取学術誌
2023-11Mendel’s Peas: Inferring Data Falsification Evolution News◎データ改ざん
2023-11Proposed changes to rules for policing fraud in U.S.-funded biomedical research draw a mixed responseScience | AAAS●ネカト規則。解説済(7-141
2023-11No Liability for Supposed Medical Journal Article Misrepresentation About How to Treat Lyme Diseasereason
2023-11Does international publishing still matter for social scientists?University World News◎文系国際論文
2023-11 Case Study in Research Integrity: This Application Feels Familiar Extramural〇申請書盗用
2023-11Prosocial motives underlie scientific censorship by scientists: A perspective and research agenda PNAS〇科学的検閲
2023-11 Research Misconduct Investigations in China’s Science Funding SystemScience and Engineering Ethics●中国:ネカト監視
2023-11 'Buying - selling' scientific articles: Consequences of mistakenly buying smuggled or counterfeit goodsthanhnien●論文売買
2023-11Why Research Fraud Is Getting WorseThe James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal●ネカト悪化理由
2023-11More ‘highly cited’ researchers excludedTimes Higher Education (THE)●引用操作
2023-11Exposing a most unscrupulous journalcen●学術誌
2023-11Americans’ Trust in Scientists and Views of Science Decline in 2023Pew Research Center◎科学への信頼低下
2023-11When Does Science Self-Correct? Lessons from a Replication Crisis in Early 20th Century ChemistryThe Good Science Project◎科学の自律性
2023-11Who should pay for open-access publishing? APC alternatives emergenature◎論文掲載料
2023-11Preregistering, transparency, and large samples boost psychology studies’ replication rate to nearly 90%Science | AAAS〇再現性:心理学
2023-11Science overturns ban on ChatGPT-written papersTimes Higher Education (THE)●人口知能
2023-11Who Published It?Asian Scientist Magazine●人口知能
2023-11AI writes summaries of preprints in bioRxiv trialnature●人口知能
2023-11The Last Word On Nothing | AI is a Terrifying Purveyor of Bullshit. Next Up: Fake Science>The Last Word On Nothing●人口知能
2023-11The Pelican Project: Building a universal plug for scientific data-sharing - Morgridge Institute for Researchmorgridge●ペリカン企画
2023-11Spanish national research council investigates five scientists for manipulating university rankingsScience | EL PAÍS English●大学ランキング不正
2023-11Breakpoint: The crisis of trust in science: Honest research requires honest researchersChattanooga Times Free Press◎公正な研究者
2023-9Australia needs a science fraud watchdog — one with teethcrikey◎豪:公正局設立の方向
2023-11Bill criminalises unauthorised research sharingTimes Higher Education (THE)◎豪:公正局設立の方向
2023-11Unis, scientists unite for first time on need for research misconduct bodysmh◎豪:公正局設立の方向
2023-11Independent watchdog essential to combat research misconductAustralia Institute◎豪:公正局設立の方向
2023-11Watchdog Vital to Battle Research Misconduct, Says ReportMirage News◎豪:公正局設立の方向
2023-11Research misconduct: Universities, scientists unite for first time on need for integrity bodyBrisbane Times◎豪:公正局設立の方向
2023-11Correction is courageousScience◎訂正推奨
XユーザーのElisabeth Bik
2023-11Quantitative research assessment: using metrics against gamed metrics Internal and Emergency Medicine◎メトリックス
2023-11PsyArXiv Preprints | An analysis of functional relationships between systemic conditions and unethical behavior in German academiaPsyArXiv◎心理学のネカト問題
2023-11The “Free lunches” index for assessing academics: a not entirely serious proposalScientometrics◎“Free lunches” 指標
2023-11Presence and consequences of positive words in scientific abstractsScientometrics〇要旨の用語
2023-11A plagiarism paperdemic: determining plagiarism among COVID-19 articles in infectious disease journals between 2020 and 2021Bulletin of the National Research Centre | Full TextCOVID-19での盗用
2023-11Performance evaluation considering academic misconduct of China’s higher education institutionsSocio-Economic Planning Sciences◎中国での評価
2023-11Sacked professor plans academic defence union Times Higher Education (THE)◎告発
2023-11Burden of proof: combating inaccurate citation in biomedical literatureBMJ◎引用不正確
2023-11What’s Wrong With Peer Review?WSJ◎査読
2023-11How to catch scientific misconduct and fraud Vox◎ネカトハンティング
2023-11Datendetektive: Ihre Rolle bei der Identifizierung manipulierter Daten in wissenschaftlichen Arbeitencitylife◎ネカトハンター
2023-11The “Free lunches” index for assessing academics: a not entirely serious proposalScientometrics〇評価
2023-11Government Statistics: misrepresentation and data gapsFull Fact Report〇政府統計
2023-11Surge in number of ‘extremely productive’ authors concerns scientistsnature有料●多数論文出版者
2023-11How big is science’s fake-paper problem?nature●論文工場
2023-11Should scientists include their race, gender, or other personal details in papers?Science | AAAS●論文に個人情報
2023-11Early-career factors largely determine the future impact of prominent researchers: evidence across eight scientific fields Scientific Reports〇研究初期が重要
2023-10Fake paper identification in the pool of withdrawn and rejected manuscripts submitted to Naunyn–Schmiedeberg’s Archives of PharmacologyNaunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology◎不正データ検出法
2023-10Edinburgh University failing over sexual misconduct complaints - studentsBBC News◎エジンバラ大学:学生が性不正対処要求
2023-10Some thoughts on transparency of the data and analysis behind the Highly Cited Researchers list Scientometrics●データ透明性
2023-10Open-access reformers launch next bold publishing plannature●オープンアクセス
2023-10Zombie Plagiarism in PhilosophyDaily Nous〇盗用
2023-10The American Journal of Psychiatry's Answer to MIA: A Silence that Speaks VolumesMad In America〇編集者
2023-10A snapshot of the academic research culture in 2023 and how it might be improvedzenodo〇 研究文化
2023-101. Ethical, Legal, and Policy Issues in the Knowledge Creation Paradigm: The Case of OMICS International, Open Access, and ‘Predatory’ PublishingBook〇 ‘pay to play’ or ‘pay to publish trash,’
2023-10Why hasn’t Kristie Koski made tenure?cen〇Kristie Koskiのアカ被害
2023-10Guest post: A look behind the scenes of bulk retractions from Sage Retraction Watch●Sageの多量論文撤回
2023-10Causes for Retraction in the Biomedical Literature: A Systematic Review of Studies of Retraction NoticesJournal of Korean Medical Science●撤回分析
2023-10Are research contributions assigned differently under the two contributorship
classification systems in PLoS ONE?
arxivcontributorship貢献度
2023-10Call for PhD databases to flush out fraudstersTimes Higher Education (THE)博士号取得者リスト
2023-10The ‘hijacking’ of the Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems: Implications for the information systems communityMüller - Information Systems Journal - Wiley Online Library◎被乗取学術誌
2023-10Europadomstolen kräver svar från Sverige om behandlingen av visselblåsarna i Macchiarini-affären   - Centrum för rättvisacentrum◎Macchiarini事件
2023-10Are most published research findings false? Trends in statistical power, publication selection bias, and the false discovery rate in psychology (1975–2017) PLOS ONE◎心理学論文はほぼ全部間違い
2023-10Why Are So Many Studies Being Retracted?Mother Jones〇生成人口知能
2023-10Constructive correctionEMBO reports〇自己修正
2023-10How Do We Clean Up the Scientific Record?Function | Oxford Academic〇間違いの訂正
2023-10Laronde merges with another biotech after data integrity issuestat〇Laronde
2023-10China ‘uses citations to sway global science’ Times Higher Education (THE)〇中国
2023-10Fake universities proliferate in IndiaTimes Higher Education (THE)◎インドのニセ大学
2023-10How the reform-minded new editor of psychology’s flagship journal will shake things upScience | AAAS●Simine Vazireの改革案
2023-7Sorting out journals: The proliferation of journal lists in China Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology◎中国の学術誌選別
2023-10Science whistleblowers need better support – and I should knowTimes Higher Education (THE)●ネカトハンター支援必須
2023-10Report claiming net zero will cost UK trillions retracted due to ‘factual errors’ | Climate crisisThe Guardian◎ネカトで大損失
2023-10Knowledge, attitudes and practices about research misconduct among medical residents in Southwest China: a cross-sectional studyResearch Square◎中国の医学生の 53.7%がネカトした
2023-10Dear journals: stop hoarding our papersnature◎重複投稿認めよ
2023-10Reproducibility trial: 246 biologists get different results from same data setsnature◎再現性
2023-10Analysis of Retracted Publications in Medical Literature Due to Ethical ViolationsJournal of Korean Medical Science◎撤回論文の理由
2023-10The Peer Review Renaissance: An Urgent Call for TransformationScholarly Kitchen〇査読
2023-10Can academics earn a living on Substack?Times Higher Education (THE)
2023-9The trustworthiness of the cumulative knowledge in industrial/organizational psychology: The current state of affairs and a path forwardActa Psychologica◎心理学の改革
2023-9Letter: reinstate spiked sex misconduct chapter Times Higher Education (THE)●性不正教授
2023-10Risk and Reward in Peer ReviewFederation of American Scientists〇査読
2023-10Listing quality: Chinese journal lists in incoherent valuation regimes Science and Public Policy | Oxford Academic〇学術誌の選択
2023-10Swedish National Board for Assessing Research Misconduct confirms that research which the Lancet refused to retract is fraudulentDr Peter Wilmshurst〇Lancet
2023-9Biomedical doctoral students’ research practices when facing dilemmas: two vignette-based randomized control trialsScientific Reports◎ネカト被災者
2023-93 nhà xuất bản lớn vào danh sách đen Tuổi Trẻ Online◎ブラックリスト学術誌
2023-9Bergens-forsker fikk trukket ni artikler på to dagerFORSKNINGSETIKK◎査読偽装の急増
2023-10[2309.15884] The strain on scientific publishingarXiv〇科学出版の負担。解説済(7-135
2023-10Signs of undeclared ChatGPT use in papers mountingRetraction Watch●論文工場、人工知能
2023-10HHS Releases Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Update 2005 Public Health Service Policies on Research MisconductHHS.gov●ORI改革案。解説済(7-140
2023-10Spanish university administrator and colleagues linked to ‘factory’ producing fraudulent scientific studiesScience | EL PAÍS English●論文工場
2023-10Spitting out the AI Gobbledegook sandwich: a suggestion for publishersBishopBlog●数千論文撤回
2023-10AI beats human sleuth at finding problematic images in research papersnature●人工知能ネカトハンター
2023-93 nhà xuất bản lớn vào danh sách đenTuổi Trẻ Online●マレーシアで捕食学術誌排除
2023-9Retraction and Apology - The Standardstandardmedia撤回と謝罪
2023-9An Overdue Due Process for Research MisconductOpinion | The Harvard Crimson◎ネカト処理
2023-9Biomedical researchers’ perspectives on the reproducibility of research: a cross-sectional international surveybioRxiv◎再現性
2023-9Where’s the Proof? NSF OIG Provides Insights on Crafting That All-Important Investigation Report Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) - JDSupra〇NSF OIG
2023-9The Banality of Bad-Faith ScienceAtlantic●Patrick Brown
2023-9Maternal health points to need for oversight on scientific researchcosmos●産科
2023-9Anthropology groups cancel conference panel on why biological sex is “necessary” for researchRetraction Watch◎学問の家畜化
2023-9Replication games: how to make reproducibility research more systematicnature◎低い再現性
2023-9US surgeons are killing themselves at an alarming rate. One decided to speak out | US healthcareGuardian◎外科医の高自殺率
2023-9Guest Post - Reputation and Publication Volume at MDPI and FrontiersScholarly Kitchen◎学術誌
2023-9Criticism builds against Ph.D. careers firm Cheeky ScientistScience | AAASキャリア
2023-9Rising number of 'predatory' academic journals undermines research and public trust in scholarshipconversation●捕食学術誌
2023-9Faculty must help reform how to measure research productivity (opinion)insidehighered研究生産性
2023-9Who should fund research’s plagiarism hunters? Times Higher Education (THE)●盗用ハンターを支援
2023-9Full article: The anxiety of the lone editor: fraud, paper mills and the protection of the scientific recordJournal of Mental Health◎編集者
2023-9You do not receive enough recognition for your influential sciencebioRxiv◎影響力
2023-9'Abolish academic authorship', says LERU reportTimes Higher Education (THE)◎著者在順
2023-9Could AI transform science itself?economist◎有料:人工知能
2023-9Chinese academic database fined over privacy Times Higher Education (THE)◎中国
2023-9AI destroys principles of authorship. A scary case from educational technology publishing. Prof. Dr. Marco Kalz●人工知能
2023-9The science that cheats papers: Why the Schillaci "case" reopens a case that was never closedHardwood Paroxysm●Orazio Schillaci事件
2023-9Full article: The anxiety of the lone editor: fraud, paper mills and the protection of the scientific recordJournal of Mental Health◎編集長
2023-9The STAR*D Scandal: Scientific Misconduct on a Grand ScaleMad In America●STAR*D
2023-9Fifth of UK research staff feel bulliedTimes Higher Education (THE)◎アカハラ英国
2023-9Bullying is a feature of UK research universities, not a bugTimes Higher Education (THE)◎アカハラ英国
2023-9Publication and collaboration anomalies in academic papers originating from a paper mill: Evidence from a Russia‐based paper millLearned Publishing - Wiley Online Library●論文工場:Anna Abalkina
2023-9Scientific sleuths spot dishonest ChatGPT use in papersnature●ChatGPT
2023-9Frontiers retracts nearly 40 papers linked to ‘authorship-for-sale’Retraction Watch●論文売買。解説済(7-137
2023-9Putin Daughter's Publications in US Science Journal Draw Backlashnewsweek●プーチンの娘の論文撤回
2023-9Behind the fraud drama rocking academia Financial Times●不正の線引き
2023-9Please Don’t Steal My Work, by Maria ToftFor Better Science◎盗用 Maria Toft
2022-5#PleaseDontStealMyWork: 120 testimoniesUniversity Post◎盗用 Maria Toft
2023-9Is scientific fraud getting worse in chemistry papers?News | Chemistry World◎化学は悪化
2023-9Science fiction in university labs?: The case of UNSW and an “anti-cancer superdrug” highlights issues with self-regulation in universities about what constitutes research misconductMonthly〇科学フィクション
2023-8Should sex with students be banned?Times Higher Education (THE)●学生と恋愛、禁止?
2023-8The Ethics of Publishing Biomedical and Natural Products ResearchJournal of Natural Products●出版倫理
2023-8‘Gagged and blindsided’: how an allegation of research misconduct affected our labnature●Ram Sasisekharan
2023-8Master Protocols: A Tool for Increasing the Reliability of Behavioral EvidenceGood Science Project●再現性
2023-8Why preprint review is the way forwardResearch Information〇プレプリント
2023-8When Scientists Believed the Adorable Platypus Was a HoaxDiscover Magazine〇カモノハシ
2023-8Survey of research sins in EstoniaNews | ERR〇タルトゥ大学の公正調査
2023-8Leonid Schneider, honest among researchersinformant有料●Leonid Schneider
2023-8Warnings of scientific ‘suicide’ as US-China research collaboration hangs in balance Science | The Guardian●中国の台頭
2023-8Bài báo bị tạp chí quốc tế gỡ, tác giả ở Đại học Kinh tế TP.HCM thừa nhận ‘không tham gia viết&aposTuổi Trẻ Online著者じゃない著者
2023-8The Scandal That Shouldn’t Be: Why the Fallout Over the Former Stanford President Is a Threat to ScienceCohen Segliasスタンフォード大学・学長:✕
2023-8Failed PhD: how scientists have bounced back from doctoral setbacksnature大学院生
2023-8FDA Finalizes Guidance on Informed Consent for Clinical InvestigationsRopes & Gray LLPFDA臨床試験
2023-8Identifying and preventing fraudulent responses in online public health surveys: Lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemicPLOS Global Public Health●詐欺:なりすまし
2023-8Scammers threaten quality of research survey data Spectrum | Autism Research News●詐欺:なりすまし
2023-8Clara Locher débusque les liaisons dangereuses entre chercheurs et revues scientifiqueslemonde〇Clara Loche
2023-8Predatory journals entrap unsuspecting scientists. Here’s how universities can support researchersnature●捕食学術誌
2023-8Science for sale? Why academic marketization is a problem and what sustainability research can do about itEnvironmental Innovation and Societal Transitions●売り物の科学
2023-8Metascience Since 2012: A Personal History - by Stuart BuckGood Science Project○STUART BUCK
2023-8A fake journal, algorithmic plagiarism and tricking Google ScholarCrowdid○ニセ学術誌
2023-8Coordinating culture change across the research landscapeFrontiers○公正維持は誰の責任
2023-8Australia grapples with how to investigate scientific misconductnature●豪の公正
2023-8University of Sydney gambling research centre bankrolled by casinos is ‘troubling’, experts sayGuardian○豪の公正
2023-8Cuando a los investigadores les dan gato por liebre: el caso de las revistas secuestradasconversation○乗取学術誌
2023-8Guillaume Cabanac, le Sisyphe de la dépollution de la sciencelemonde○Guillaume Cabanac
2023-8Methods for living guidelines: early guidance based on practical experience. Paper 4: search methods and approaches for living guidelinesJournal of Clinical Epidemiology
2023-8Using Edifix results to detect research integrity issuesEdifix○不正検出
2023-8Use of AI Is Seeping Into Academic Journals—and It’s Proving Difficult to DetectWIRED●人工知能
2023-8How bibliometrics and school rankings reward unreliable scienceBMJ●大学ランキング
2023-8Australia ‘needs research integrity watchdog’ Times Higher Education (THE)〇豪・監視
2023-8 Awareness and Perception About Research Ethics and Misconduct Among the Teaching Staff of Health Colleges, Jazan University, Saudi Arabia | ArticleCureusサウジ、認識
2023-8My little PubPeer saga – A wake-up call, by Ingrid Herr For Better Science●Ingrid Herr物語
2023-8Francesca Gino’s data fraud case and lawsuit against Harvard, explainedVox
2023-8Fraud holds back researchbangkokpost〇タイのネカト
2023-8The good fightResearch Professional News
2023-8The detection and management of attempted fraud during an online randomised trialTrials | Full Text〇臨床試験
2023-8ENRIO Handbook on Whistleblower Protection in Research Zenodo〇告発保護
2023-8Authorship Disputes in Scholarly Biomedical Publications and Trust in the Research InstitutionRambam Maimonides Medical Journal〇著者在順
2023-8UK ‘needs scientific replicability institute’ Times Higher Education (THE)〇再現
2023-8Medical advances typically begin with a study. Now, universities are struggling to afford themcbc〇学術出版
2023-8Academic publishers scrutinise AI data mining Times Higher Education (THE)◎人工知能
2023-8Artificial-intelligence search engines wrangle academic literaturenature◎人工知能
2023-8Any excuses for plagiarism had better be goodTimes Higher Education (THE)◎盗用
2023-8The 20% Statistician: How I tried to get a paper that I own retracted: A journey and call to action against Prime Scholars20% Statistician●なりすまし
2023-8There’s far more scientific fraud than anyone wants to admit | Ivan Oransky and Adam MarcusGuardianIvan Oransky and Adam Marcus
2023-8"So, is this fraud or what?"James Heathers
2023-8Why Cancer 'Cure' Stories Are Mostly NonsenseGideon M-K: Health NerdJames Heathers
2023-8Book Review: A Simple Memoir in Praise of Complex Scienceundark
2023-8Science Is Self-correcting? Time for a Reality Check!Mind Matters◎自律
2023-8Nature’s Proximal Origin Paper Was a Work of ‘Fraud and Scientific Misconduct,’ Say Scientists Demanding a Retraction - Foundation for Economic EducationFEE●Fauci事件
2023-8Inquiry calls for science watchdog after Australia’s biggest research misconduct scandalSYDNEY MORNING HERALD●豪公正局
2023-8Almost one in 10 Wits health academics ‘witness misconduct’Research Professional News〇告発率10%
2023-8Nick Brown, une vocation tardive contre le « bullshit » scientifiquelemonde〇Nick Brown
2023-8Science Corrects Itself, Right? A Scandal at Stanford Says It Doesn'tScientific American●非自律
2023-8‘Major errors’ alleged in landmark study that used microbes to identify cancersScience | AAAS●間違い?
2023-7Major data analysis errors invalidate cancer microbiome findingsbioRxiv●間違い?
2023-85 tips for using PubPeer to report on research and the scientific communityJournalist’s Resource●パブピア投稿法
2023-6#ChiefEditor #Resign @jbiogeography – Journal of Biogeographyjournal of biogeography news〇学術出版
2023-7Concerns about Replicability, Theorizing, Applicability, Generalizability, and Methodology across Two Crises in Social PsychologyPsyArXiv Preprints心理学の危機
2023-7Uganda lacks mechanism to address research misconductlUNCST - New Vision Officiaウガンダの公正
2023-7[INTERVIEW] Whistleblower recalls price paid for revealing Hwang Woo-suk's scientific misconductKorea Times◎韓国:ウソク告発者
2023-7Amid Indian Nationalism, Pseudoscience Seeps Into AcademiaUndark◎インドのニセ科学
2023-7Open access is inevitable – only the ‘how’ remainsCampus Learn, Share, Connect◎学術出版
2023-7An Index, A Publisher and An Unequal Global Research EconomyCGHE◎学術出版
2023-7The snowball effect of academic crimesDaily Star◎不正雪だるま
2023-7Perspectives on scientific errorRoyal Society Open Science●エラー
2023-7Science Has a Reproducibility Problem. Can Sample Sharing Help?undark●再現性
2023-7"Think of the Implications of Publishing"Honest Broker
2023-7Guest Post - Ghost-writing Peer Reviews Should Be a Thing of the PastScholarly Kitchen◎代理査読
2023-7Error, Fraud, and ResponsibilityCritical Care Medicine◎公正
2023-7The true cost of science’s language barrier for non-native English speakersnature◎言語
2023-7Is biomedical research self-correcting? Modeling insights on the persistence of spurious sciencebioRxiv◎自律
2023-7Is Hindawi “well-positioned for revitalization?”BishopBlog◎論文工場
2023-7View of Editorial - The Secret Life of Retractions in Scientific PublicationsPrinciples and Practice of Clinical Research●論文撤回
2023-7Se vende 'paper' por 2.000 dólares: el mercado negro de textos académicos daña la credibilidad de la cienciaeldiario.es●論文売買
2023-7In some scientific papers, words expressing uncertainty have decreasedScience | AAAS◎用語
2023-7Fraud Quotes to Avoid Being a VictimEverydayPower◎ネカト
2023-7The battle for research integrity is winnableResearch Professional News◎ネカト
2023-7Sen. Rand Paul Says He’s Referred Dr. Anthony Fauci to the DOJ for ProsecutionLegal Insurrection〇Fauci事件
2023-7The Proximal Origin of a Scientific Fraud, by Michael BaroneCreators Syndicate〇Fauci事件
2023-7[INTERVIEW] Whistleblower recalls price paid for revealing Hwang Woo-suk's scientific misconduct Korea Times〇ウソク事件
2023-7The proximal origin of a scientific fraud Washington Examiner●ネカト
2023-7Is Hindawi “well-positioned for revitalization?”BishopBlog◎学術出版
2023-7The big idea: Why the laws of physics will never explain the universe | PhysicsGuardian◎天文
2023-7Meet the author who has published more than 500 letters to the editor in a yearRetraction Watch◎多数論文者
2023-7Elisabeth Bik, un œil de lynx contre les images falsifiéeslemonde〇Elisabeth Bik
2023-7Smut Clyde, dénicheur de champignons et de science bidonlemonde〇Smut Clyde
2023-7Open access 'at any cost' cannot support scholarly publishing communitiesImpact of Social Sciences◎学術出版
2023-7Replacing academic journalsRoyal Society Open Science◎学術出版
2023-7Trials we cannot trust: investigating their impact on systematic reviews and clinical guidelines in spinal painJournal of Pain◎臨床研究信頼度
2023-7To make academic publishing scholar-led we need a Norwegian-style dugnad!Impact of Social Sciences◎学術出版
2023-7The future of academic publishingNature Human Behaviour◎学術誌
2023-7Co-creating Research Integrity Education Guidelines for Research InstitutionsScience and Engineering Ethics〇公正教育
2023-7Costly invite? Scientists hit with massive bills after speaking at COVID-19 ‘webinars’Science | AAAS●高額請求された講演者
2023-7Animal cruelty and academic fraud: The two have more overlaps than expectedVox〇動物実験・虐待
2023-7Medicine is plagued by untrustworthy clinical trials. How many studies are faked or flawed?nature●ネカト蔓延
2023-7Science relies on honest observationFreethoughtBlogs〇研究公正
2023-7The Federal Government Was Funding the Research of Alleged COVID ‘Patient Zero,’ Documents Show - Foundation for Economic Educationfee〇COVID研究費
2023-7Sage retracting three dozen articles for ‘compromised’ peer reviewRetraction Watch◎査読偽装
2023-7Artificial intelligence is the new ghost author in urological researchurologytimes◎人工知能
2023-7Journal editors resign, strike in dispute with Wiley over ‘business model that maximises profit’ Retraction Watch〇学術誌
2023-7Journal to retract papers that cost its impact factor and spot in leading indexRetraction Watch●引用同盟
2023-7UK committee makes recommendations to improve research integrity in first reportChemistry World◎英国・研究公正
2023-7Research Integrity in the UK: Annual statement 2023Zenodo◎英国・研究公正
2023-7Undue publicity for flawed fraud detectorScience◎検出
2023-7Haro sur les revues prédatrices en médecinelemonde有料。非捕食学術誌リスト
2023-7The hidden consequences of fraudulent and poor-quality medical researchMedPage Today●ネカト犠牲者
2023-7Multi-affiliation: a growing problem of scientific integrityProfesional de la información●多所属
2023-7Trouble at paper millHEPI◎論文工場
2023-7Counterpoint: Preprints and the Future of Scientific Publishing—In Favor of RelevanceAmerican Journal of Epidemiology | Oxford Academic〇プレプリント
2023-7Point: Should AJE Allow Submissions of Manuscripts That Have Been Previously Posted on Preprint Servers and Received Media Attention?American Journal of Epidemiology | Oxford Academic〇プレプリント
2023-7Is There a Boom in Research Dishonesty?Mind Matters〇軽 ネカト状況
2023-7Lancet's ‘flawed’ research on postpartum pain medicationThe Star有料。Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children
2023-7Young China science journal The Innovation joins international rankings South China Morning Post◎中国学術誌の台頭
2023-7What do Retraction Notices Reveal About Institutional Investigations into Allegations Underlying Retractions?Science and Engineering Ethics●撤回公告
2015-5What should an ideal retraction notice look like?Retraction Watch●撤回公告
2023-7Editors of public health journal resign over differences with publisherRetraction Watch〇学術誌
2023-7Peer Review Is Porous and The Bastards Know That Nowjames.claims〇査読
2023-7Building an equitable global science systemFior Reports〇学術誌
2023-6A Nobel laureate claimed antimale discrimination. An early-career researcher called it out Science | AAAS〇女性優先
2023-6Winning a Nobel Prize may be bad for your productivity Science | AAAS〇ノーベル賞の負の面
2023-6Concerns about 12 MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Pathology PapersScience Integrity Digest●Bik
2023-6Post-publication Peer Review with an Intention to Uncover Data/Result Irregularities and Potential Research Misconduct in Scientific Research: Vigilantism or Volunteerism?Science and Engineering Ethics●有料:ネカトハンター有益
2023-6The future of publishing: scientists need a greater sayUWN〇学術誌
2023-6Nobelist: biology needs one journal, not 4,000Times Higher Education (THE)〇学術誌
2023-6NSF Suspends 18 Awards, Receives Repayments Related to Foreign Ties, Research MisconductHealth Care Compliance Association (HCCA) - JDSupra〇NSF
2023-6Delivering on NIH data sharing requirements: avoiding Open Data in Appearance OnlyBMJ Health & Care Informatics〇データ共有
2023-6Artificial Intelligence–Generated Research in the Literature: Is It Real or Is It Fraud? Medical Acupuncture人工知能
2023-6Breakthrough recognition for science publishing’s invisible co-reviewersLaboratory News査読
2023-610 steps to start an academic journalTHE Campus Learn, Share, Connect〇自分の学術誌創刊法
2023-6NIH spent $298,000 in 2021 on ethics training for Chinese scientists China, Russia are America's adversaries – yet they get US tax dollars中国人研究者のネカト教育
2023-6Knowledge and attitudes of Chinese medical postgraduates toward research ethics and research ethics committees: a cross-sectional studyBMC Medical Education | Full Text●中国・院生のネカト観
2023-6Academic Dishonesty Lawyers in Los Angeles, CaliforniaCity Telegraph●盗用の法律
2023-6Corruption in the Field of Medical Science – Unveiling the Dark Side EUAC●医学研究崩壊
2023-6Science moves forward with productive and meaningful activitiesFor Better Science●Thomas Südhof
2023-6Enhancing Partnerships of Institutions and Journals to Address Concerns About Research Misconduct: Recommendations From a Working Group of Institutional Research Integrity Officers and Journal Editors and Publishers | Medical Journals and PublishingJAMA Network Open | JAMA Network●学術誌の対応
2023-6How can universities and journals better work together on research misconduct?Retraction Watch●学術誌の対応
2023-6“Truly devastating”: Four journals won’t get new Impact Factors this year because of citation shenanigansRetraction Watch●問題学術誌
2023-6How Academic Fraudsters Get Away With ItChronicle of Higher Education◎ネカト
2023-6Netflix's "King of Clones" Documentary Review: The Creepy Story Of The Mad Korean Scientist Who Tried To Cloned HumansHype MYHwang Woo-suk
2023-6To Sanitize the Master’s Corpus: On the Heidegger Hoaxマルティン・ハイデッガー
2023-6‘Quietly revolutionary’ plan would shake up the way U.K. universities are evaluated Science | AAAS◎英国の研究評価の変化。論文より文化へ
2023-6The landscape of biomedical research◎ネカト鳥瞰図
2023-6Atlas of biomedical literature could help track down fabricated studiesScience | AAAS◎ネカト鳥瞰図
2023-6The landscape of biomedical researchbioRxiv◎ネカト鳥瞰図
2023-6Sharing research data ‘a work in progress’ Times Higher Education (THE)◎データ共有
2023-6The ethics of disclosing the use of artificial intelligence tools in writing scholarly manuscriptsResearch Ethics●人工知能
2023-6Retractions Australia launches bid to expose science fraud, misconductSydney Morning Herald〇豪撤回
2023-6Retractions AustraliaRetractions Australia〇豪撤回
2023-6New Forum in JSLHR Encourages Research Transparency and Reproducibility ASHA Journals Academy〇透明
2023-6Experts call on leading institutions to review support for disgraced transplant surgeonNews-Medical.NetPaolo Macchiarini
2023-6Retract or be damned: a dangerous moment for science and the publicBMJPaolo Macchiarini
2023-6The deadly legacy of a stem cell charlatanBMJPaolo Macchiarini
2023-6Scientific fraud is rising, and automated systems won’t stop it. We need research detectives - The Hinduhindu.com●ネカトハンター必須
2023-6Scientific Fraud Is Rising, And Automated Systems Won’t Stop It. We Need Research Detectivestechfinancials●ネカトハンター必須
2023-6Scientific fraud is rising, and automated systems won't stop it. We need research detectivesconversation●ネカトハンター必須
2023-6Africa: Scientific Fraud Is Rising, and Automated Systems Won't Stop It. We Need Research Detectives allAfrica.com●ネカトハンター必須
2023-6Scientific Fraud Is Rising, And Automated Systems Won't Stop It. We Need Research DetectivesMENAFN.COM●ネカトハンター必須
2023-6Scientific fraud is rising, and automated systems won’t stop it. We need research detectivesNational Tribune●ネカトハンター必須
2023-6Rising Scientific Fraud Calls for Research DetectivesMirage News●ネカトハンター必須
2023-6‘Deplorable’: Imaging journal to retract nearly 80 papers for compromised peer reviewRetraction Watch〇査読偽装
2023-6How data integrity issues roiled Laronde, seen as ‘Moderna 2.0’STAT●企業ネカト内幕
2023-6Nick Wise, Scientific Sleuth and Fluid Dynamics ResearcherAmerican Physical Society●ニック・ワイズの人生
2023-6Retraction, She Wrote: Dorothy Bishop’s life after researchSpectrum | Autism Research News●ビショップの人生
2023-6Guest Post - A Year of Jxiv – Warming the Preprints Stone Scholarly Kitchen〇プレプリント
2023-6Profiles, motives and experiences of authors publishing in predatory journals: OMICS as a case study Archive ouverte HAL〇捕食論文
2023-6[2306.06710] Characterizing the effect of retractions on scientific careersSocial and Information Networks〇撤回とキャリア
2023-6Plague of anomalies in conference proceedings hint at ‘systemic issues Retraction Watch〇多量撤回
2023-6How data integrity issues roiled Laronde, seen as ‘Moderna 2.0’stat?企業
2023-6Citation counting is encouraging cheating in Iran Times Higher Education (THE)◎被引用不正
2023-6How UC Berkeley won (and lost) race to discover new elementsBig Think〇元素競争
2023-6Why Nature will not allow the use of generative AI in images and videonature◎人工論文
2023-6Distinguishing academic science writing from humans or ChatGPT with over 99% accuracy using off-the-shelf machine learning tools ScienceDirect◎人工論文ChatGPT
2023-6A researcher who publishes a study every two days reveals the darker side of scienceScience & Tech | EL PAÍS English◎論文工場スペイン
2023-6How a now-retracted study got published in the first place Retraction Watch◎ネカト者がグラント
2023-6How a now-retracted study got published in the first place STAT◎ネカト者がグラント
2023-6How Shoddy Data Becomes Sensational ResearchChronicle of Higher Education◎誇張
2023-6Did a ‘nasty’ publishing scheme help an Indian dental school win high rankings?Retraction Watch◎インドのランキング不正
2023-6Did a ‘nasty’ publishing scheme help an Indian dental school win high rankings?Science | AAAS◎インドのランキング不正
2023-6Scientists Beware! Your University Could Revoke Your Ph.D. Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC - JDSupra博士号取消
2023-5Among Us: Fear of Exploitation, Suspiciousness, and Social Identity Predict Knowledge Hiding Among ResearchersSocial Psychological Bulletin〇隠蔽
2023-5Verlopen domeinnamen van wetenschappelijke tijdschriften kunnen een goudmijn zijn NRC◎乗取学術誌
2023-5Use of positive terms and certainty language in retracted and non-retracted articles: The case of biochemistryJournal of Information Science〇撤回論文
2023-5Worries mount about misinformation in scienceaxios〇科学の誤情報
2023-9Too official to be effective: An empirical examination of unofficial information channel and continued use of retracted articlesResearch Policy撤回論文の引用
2023-5The U.S. Gave Chinese Scientists Thousands During COVID For Ethics Training, Addressing ‘Research Misconduct’The Daily CallerNIHの中国人向けガイダンス
2023-5Report a Concerngrants.nih.gov◎米国NIHのガイダンス
2023-5Reporting research misconductukrio◎英国の新しいガイダンス
2023-5Which factors are associated with fraud in medical imaging research?European Journal of Radiology〇ねつ造画像原因
2023-5Whistleblowers need more protectionTimes Higher Education (THE)〇告発者保護
2023-5Point of View: Beware ‘persuasive communication devices’ when writing and reading scientific articleseLife文章作法
2023-5What to communicate in retraction notices? - Xu - Learned Publishing - Wiley Online Library有料〇撤回公告
2023-5NIH toughens enforcement of delayed clinical trials reportingScience | AAAS〇臨床試験報告
2023-5A conversation with Michael Lauer Science | AAAS〇中国排斥問題
2023-5Survey Finds Cheating Is Common in Graduate SchoolPhysics〇院生カンニング
2023-5Key factors associated with fraud in medical imaging researchRadiology Business◎ネカト
2023-7Which factors are associated with fraud in medical imaging research?European Journal of Radiology◎ネカト
2023-5Fostering A Culture Of Trust: Insights On Academic Integrity And Research Ethics – AnalysisEurasia Review◎公正文化
2023-5Research assessment exercises are necessary — but we need to learn to do them betternature〇評価
2023-5Opinion: The peer-review process is in need of some scrutinyGlobe and Mail〇査読
2023-5The Newest Way to Buy an Advantage in College AdmissionsProPublica〇高校性向け代筆
2023-5Indian PhDs, professors are paying to publish in real-sounding, fake journals. It's a racketprintインド代筆
2023-5When There’s Misconduct From Scientist In Sensitive Organisation Like ISRO, Dismissal From Service Isn’t Illegal: SC Upholds Scientist's Dismissalverdictumインド裁判
2023-5Secretly Funded Climate Obstruction Keeps the Fossil Fuel Fires BurningecoRI News〇気候変動ウソ
2023-5Guest post: When whistleblowers need lawyers Retraction Watch●告発
2023-5Top research institute had seven years to act on misconduct complaintsbrisbane times〇ネカト調査
2023-5Peer review is broken. Paying referees could fix itTimes Higher Education (THE)〇査読
2023-5Support for those affected by scientific misconduct is crucialNature Human Behaviour有料〇ネカト被災者
2023-5How This Doctor Wrote Dozens of Science Papers With ChatGPTdaily beast〇ChatGPT
2023-5How to publish responsible reproducible research THE Campus Learn, Share, Connect〇ネカト
2023-5How to publish responsible reproducible research THE Campus Learn, Share, Connect〇ネカト
2023-5Supporting diamond open access journals. Interest and feasibility of direct funding mechanismsbioRxiv〇出版
2023-5Study reveals scale of ‘science scam’ in academic publishingFinancial Times●ネカト氾濫
2023-5One in five articles published in journals may contain faked datainteresting engineering●ネカト氾濫
2023-5Fake Publications in Biomedical Science: Red-flagging Method Indicates Mass ProductionmedRxiv●ネカト氾濫
2023-5Fake scientific papers are alarmingly commonScience | AAAS●ネカト氾濫
2023-5The Truth PoliceBBC Sounds◎ネカト警察
2023-5Saving time and money in biomedical publishing: the case for free-format submissions with minimal requirementsBMC Medicine | Full Text9年間で2500憶円ムダ
2023-5Saudi universities entice top scientists to switch affiliations — sometimes with cashnature◎大学ランキング工作
2023-5Reproducibility and Research Integrity - Science, Innovation and Technology CommitteeUK Parliament committee●撤回2か月
2023-5Retractions should not take longer than two months, says UK Parliament committeeRetraction Watch●撤回2か月
2023-5Paper with authorship posted for sale retracted nearly two years after Retraction Watch reportRetraction Watch●著者権売買
2023-5Support for those affected by scientific misconduct is crucialNature Human Behaviour有料
2023-5Homeopathy Research Hits New LowSkeptical Inquirer○Homeopathy
2023-5Saudi scientist tells colleagues, ‘Stop this academic fraud’ Science & Tech | EL PAÍS English◎大学ランキング
2023-4One of the worst ever tobacco control papers is ‘corrected’ The Counterfactualたばこ
2023-4How to improve scientific peer review: Four schools of thought Waltman - Learned Publishing - Wiley Online Library査読
2023-4When It Comes to Misconduct, Fellows Appeared Uninformed, Unwilling, Hesitant to Report Suspicions Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) - JDSupra◎Theresa Defino
2023-4Scrutiny for thee but not for me: When open science research isn’t openSteve Haroz's blog◎オープンサイエンス
2023-4Scientific sinkhole: estimating the cost of peer review based on survey data with snowball sampling Research Integrity and Peer Review | Full Text◎査読コスト
2023-4How Do Scientists Perceive the Relationship Between Ethics and Science? A Pilot Study of Scientists’ Appeals to Values Science and Engineering Ethics◎倫理観
2023-4REED: More on Self-Correcting Science and Replications: A Critical ReviewReplication Network再現性
2023-4EU governments to rein in unfair academic publishers and unsustainable feesScience|Business出版
2023-4The Double-Cost of Green-via-GoldScholarly Kitchen出版
2023-4Reviewer comment on NSF fellowship application sparks outrage on TwitterC&ENNSF
2023-4The Geography of Retracted Papers: Showcasing a Crossref–Dimensions–NETSCITY Pipeline for the Spatial Analysis of Bibliographic DataOrvium◎撤回国 Guillaume Cabanac
2023-4Torturing data to predict bitcoin prices: A book excerptRetraction WatchGary Smith、経済本
2023-4For inclusivity, we must rethink citation relevance Times Higher Education (THE)
2023-4Flawed, futile, and fabricated—features that limit confidence in clinical research in pain and anaesthesia: a narrative reviewBritish Journal of Anaesthesia◎麻酔学のネカト
2023-4Advice for respondents. Information and resources for those who are subject to allegations of research misconduct. UK Research Integrity Office◆ネカト被国へのアドバイス:平凡
2023-4Investigating and preventing scientific misconduct using Benford’s Law Research Integrity and Peer Review | Full Text
2023-4University ethics boards are not ready for Indigenous scholarsnature人種差別
2023-4ChatGPT rejection sparks AI debateTimes Higher Education (THE)ChatGPT
2023-4Scientific authorship in the time of ChatGPTOpinion | Chemistry WorldChatGPT
2023-4Trends in retractions as AI arms race on misconduct loomsNiche論文撤回増
2023-4Could Ice Cream Possibly Be Good for You?Atlanticアイス
2023-4Detection tool developed to fight flood of fake academic papersFinancial Times 有料 論文工場
2023-4UWindsor launches hotline for whistleblowers to report misconductCBC News◎コクハラ
2023-4NSF Fellows’ perceptions about incentives, research misconduct, and scientific integrity in STEM academiaScientific Reports
2023-3Changing the paradigm of researchJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice?
2023Method Reporting with Initials for Transparency (MeRIT) promotes more granularity and accountability for author contributionsNature Communications◎MeRIT
2023Wiley and Hindawi to retract 1,200 more papers for compromised peer reviewRetraction Watch多量撤回
2023A high-quality cloned journal has duped hundreds of scholars, and has no reason to stopRetraction Watch◎乗取学術誌
2023The Rapid Growth of Mega-Journals: Threats and OpportunitiesFT◎論文工場中国
2023The Rapid Growth of Mega-Journals: Threats and OpportunitiesJAMA | JAMA Network〇巨大学術誌
2023AI makes plagiarism harder to detect, argue academics – in paper written by chatbotGuardian〇盗用と人工知能
2023Pall of suspicion: NIH’s secretive ‘China initiative’ has destroyed scores of academic careersScience | AAAS〇中国排斥
2023The Cape Town Statement on fairness, equity and diversity in researchnature〇研究公正
2023Octopus and ResearchEquals aim to break the publishing mouldnature出版
2023Meet the Stanford Professor at the Center of the Knock-Down, Drag-Out Math Warschronicle数学教育
2023Transparency in conducting and reporting research: A survey of authors, reviewers, and editors across scholarly disciplines PLOS ONE◎透明性
2023More and more sheets are being pulled outbaltimore gay life論文撤回
2023U.S. government agencies may have been double billed for projects in Wuhan, China, records indicate; probe launchedCBS News政府機関詐欺
2023PNAS is Not a Good Journal - by moin syed Get Syeducated◎出版
2023Responsible Conduct of Research - Preparedness for Times of CrisisJournal of Clinical and Translational Science◎研究公正
2023Geneticists should rethink how they use race and ethnicity, panel urgesScience | AAAS人種
2023From Cats to Chatbots: How Non-Humans Are Authoring Scientific PapersDiscover Magazine◎著者在順
2023On peer review—then, now, and soon to be?PNAS◎査読
2023Catching scientfic fraud could get a lot harder thanks to AI Register〇人工知能
2023Strife at eLife: inside a journal’s quest to upend science publishingnature出版
2023When journals don’t meet their ethical guidelines, will anyone hold them accountable?Retraction Watch実験動物
2023Why open data is critical during review: An example Steve Haroz;s blog◎データ公開
2023The only way to end scientific fraud is to actually punish the culprits著者:Stuart Ritchie◎有料記事、ネカト処罰
2023Deception DetectionTony Alves虚偽検出
2023Is writing a book chapter still a waste of time? Impact of Social Sciences著書の分担
2023Is Economics Self-Correcting? Replications in the American Economic Review Ruhr Economic Papers #1005経済学の総説
2023Why we usually can't tell when a review is fake Planet Money : NPR評価、口コミ
2023From Piltdown Man to anti-vaxxers ... What science’s worst hoaxes can teach usGuardian◎ネカト
2023Open letter to CNRS: Need for transparent and robust response when research misconduct is foundBishopBlog●ネカト透明性
2023Being positive about negative resultsChemistry World〇否定的結果
2023Misconduct in medical research endangers healthNew Indian Express◎医学のネカト
2023How many times can a journal be hijacked?Retraction Watch◎乗取学術誌
2023How to tackle scientific fraudEconomist◎ネカト、有料
2023There is a worrying amount of fraud in medical researchfinance.yahoo、Economist◎医学のネカト
2023Mirrors and copulation are abominable because they increase the number of mice
By Smut Clyde
For Better Science〇論文工場
2023Retracting my paper was painful. But it helped me grow as a scientist Science | AAAS〇撤回経験
2023Stop the peer-review treadmill. I want to get offnature査読
2023Inaccuracy in the Scientific Record and Open Postpublication Critique Perspectives on Psychological Science心理学
2023Campaigner Maria Toft ‘forced out’ of doctorateTimes Higher Education (THE)〇 盗コク被
2023Paper with authorship posted for sale retracted over a year after Retraction Watch report Retraction Watch◎ 論文売買
2023Amending the literature through version control Biology Letters
2023Falsifying Attribution for a Bad PunPlagiarism Today
2023Red flags for paper mills need to go beyond the level of individual articles: a case study of Hindawi special issuesPsyArXiv Preprints
2023Highly cited genetics studies found to contain sequence errorsnature
2023Scientists, don’t let your writing resemble something you pulled out of your botScience | AAAS
2023Metrics have their meritsResearch Professional News
2023Post-publication peer reviewing should be compulsoryTimes Higher Education (THE)
2023Elsevier journal under fire for rejecting paper that didn’t cite enough of its old papersChemical & Engineering News
2023As Antarctic Fieldwork Ends, a Sexual Harassment Reckoning LoomsUndark
2023ChatGPT: our study shows AI can produce academic papers good enough for journals – just as some ban itConversation
2023The Whack-a-Mole problem: Hijacked journal still being indexed in Scopus even after discoveryRetraction Watch
2023Who should take responsibility for integrity in research?Impact of Social Sciences
2023Ghosts, gifts, honours and demandsUniversity Affairs
2023Winner take all scienceDYNOMIGHT INTERNET NEWSLETTER
2023Full article: The argument for adopting a jurisprudence platform for scientific misconductAccountability in Research
2023Nonhuman “Authors” and Implications for the Integrity of Scientific Publication and Medical Knowledge | Medical Journals and PublishingJAMA
2023How Scientific is ‘Peer-Reviewed’ Science? American Council on Science and Health
2023How do journals deal with problematic articles. Editorial response of journals to articles commented in PubPeerProfesional de la información
2023A U.S. judge lectures the government on how academic research works Science | AAAS
2023Methodological review would threaten creativity Times Higher Education (THE)
2023Germans take six years to act on plagiarism Times Higher Education (THE)
2023Study: PhD Researchers Forced to Grant ‘Guest Authorships’Laboratory equipment
2023Is science really getting less disruptive — and does it matter if it is?Nature
2023Young physicists say ethics rules are being ignoredNature
2023Full article: Creating research ethics and integrity country report cards: Case study from EuropeAccountability in Research
2023Publish less, disrupt moreUniversity Affairs
2023Are universities doing enough to address academic misconduct in research? University Affairs
2023Multimillion-dollar trade in paper authorships alarms publishersNature
2023Self-publishing is common among academic-journal editorsNature
2023Gender inequality and self-publication are common among academic editorsNature Human Behaviour
2023Papers and patents are becoming less disruptive over time Nature
2023What Happened to All of Science’s Big Breakthroughs?New York Times
2023A Conflict of Interests – Manipulating Peer Review or Research as Usual?Digital Science
2023Scientific fraud: The dark side of research
2023Why are journals so slow at corrections and retractions?STAT
2023Guest Post - Publishers Should Be Transparent About the Capabilities and Limitations of Software They Use to Detect Image Manipulation or DuplicationThe Scholarly Kitchen
2023Alarmed by A.I. Chatbots, Universities Start Revamping How They TeachNew York Times
2023Science: 5 things you can do to stop getting tricked by bad science writing in 2023i News
2023Unearned authorship pervades sciencenature
2023Multimillion-dollar trade in paper authorships alarms publishersnature
2023Scientific Fraud Is Slippery to Catch—but Easier to CombatWIRED
2023‘Institute for facts’ aims to smash fake news |Times Higher Education (THE)
2023Do journals need societies, and do societies need journals?Impact of Social Sciences
2023Hotspots of academic misconduct and misrepresentations among academics in the Republic of Poland, a European Union member stateOSF Preprints
2022'An Open Secret’: Harvard Graduate Students Decry Harassment, Neglect from Faculty Harvard Crimson●アカ
2022Blind spots on western blots: a meta-research study highlighting opportunities to improve figures and methods reporting bioRxiv〇バンド
2022Chinese research reforms ‘a PR exercise’ Times Higher Education (THE)〇中国の科学
2022How a Beloved Teacher Repeatedly Groomed Girls for SexInsider性不正
2022How (not) to be held accountable in research: The case of the Dutch integrity codeAccountability in Research
2022Journal editors and publishers’ legal obligations with respect to medical research misconductResearch Ethics
2022An evaluation of the process of peer reviewPalynology
2022The rise and fall of peer reviewby Adam Mastroianni
2022The Laws of Scienceby Niko McCarty - New Science
2022Stakeholders’ Experiences of Research Integrity Support in Universities: A Qualitative Study in Three European Countries Science and Engineering Ethics
2022What’s integrity got to do with it? Second-year experiences of the Path2Integrity e-learning programmeFACETS
2022FDA oversight of clinical trials is “grossly inadequate,” say expertsBMJ〇臨床研究
2022Preventing fraud in biomedical researchFront. Cardiovasc. Med.
2022White House's open-access directive scrambles long-entrenched modelsSTAT論文閲覧無料
2022Removing author fees can help open access journals make research available to everyoneConversation論文閲覧無料
2022US scientists wary of author publication fees |Times Higher Education (THE)論文閲覧無料
2022OSTP Issues Guidance to Make Federally Funded Research Freely Available Without Delay OSTP | The White House論文閲覧無料
2022White House requires immediate public access to all U.S.-funded research papers by 2025 Science論文閲覧無料
2022Combatting Predatory Academic Journals and Conferences (Full Report in English)IAP◎捕食学術誌・研究会
2021A scientist critic was sued, and won — but did not emerge unscathed. This is his story.Retraction Watch●ネカト者が訴訟
2021Frauds in scientific research and how to possibly overcome them Journal of Medical Ethics
2021When is ‘self-plagiarism' OK? New guidelines offer researchers rules for recycling text Science
2019Development of research integrity in France is on the rise: the introduction of research integrity officers was a progress Research Integrity and Peer Review◎仏RIO
2019Scientific Integrity Principles and Best Practices: Recommendations from a Scientific Integrity Consortium Science and Engineering Ethics
2019US scientists plan new watchdog to tackle research misconduct | Times Higher Education (THE)Times Higher Education (THE)
2018China introduces ‘social’ punishments for scientific misconductnature有料◎中国厳罰化
2017Pay to play? Three new ways companies are subverting academic publishingRetraction Watch◎学術出版をカネで堕落させる動き
2015What should an ideal retraction notice look like?Retraction Watch◎論文撤回
2015Research Misconduct Identified by the US Food and Drug Administration: Out of Sight, Out of Mind, Out of the Peer-Reviewed LiteratureJAMA Network