Errors and Misconduct in Biomedical Research

What are the motives behind science misconduct? How is data manipulated to evidence dubious results? And do you think you can spot edited and faked data?

Any fraud in science is too much, but the reasons for it are complex.

In this episode of Listen In, join forensics detective Elisabeth Bik and explore the answers to these questions. See the work she has done uncovering scientific misconduct, and find out if you have a forensic eye as she presents genuine and manipulated data.

You will also hear examples of how scientific misconduct isn't always a deliberate attempt to mislead researchers and journal editors and learn the correct procedure for reporting a paper that you believe is suspicious.

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Errors and Misconduct in Biomedical Research