You can find them here: The Magazine Research Ethics
So far, you can read about fraud, CRISPR, dicrimination in working life and fake scientific articles:
Fraud and manipulation, big data challenges and the decline of science. None of this is new. These issues were already on the agenda in the UK in the 1830s.
Gene editing using CRISPR is much debated globally but used in several projects in Norway. - This is not a single method, says researcher Dorothy Dankel, comparing its diversity to surgery.
"The study was a game changer which showed that discrimination in working life exists", says researcher Arnfinn H. Midtbøen. But the fictitious job applications that had to be made raised some ethical issues.
A Chinese «paper mill» has produced at least 400 scientific articles to order. A Norwegian researcher was central to the discovery.
The articles are often chosen in cooperation with Science Norway, since this English part of forskning.no re-destributes some of the content to a broader audience.
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