One-Eyed Jacks in the Research Misconduct Universe

Below we reproduce a comment by Albert Donnay (University of Maryland, Baltimore) about the fraud facilitating influence of those in the academic world who have some ethical obligation, if not a duty, to respond to allegations of research misconduct, but for their own self-interests instead turn a blind eye. Dr. Donnay’s comment is particularly interesting […]

Implications of the Feldheim Eaton NSF research misconduct case

The following comment was published January 10, 2016 on Retraction Watch website. (The original can be found here.) It is important because it adds an additional example of the government research misconduct functions which we discussed in our manuscript, “The Essential Need for Research Misconduct Allegation Audits”, published in December 2015. Journalist Joseph Neff noted in […]