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Corruption in Science


Must Science Be Useful?

Summer/Fall 2017Scientists and policy experts respond to Daniel Sarewitz’s “Saving Science”

Two Cheers for the Retraction Boom

August 15, 2016Ivan Oransky and Adam Marcus praise the growing scrutiny of scientific publications

Saving Science

Science isnít self-correcting, itís self-destructing. To save the enterprise, scientists must come out of the lab and into the real world.

August 15, 2016Daniel Sarewitz

Socially Just Science

Spring 2015Brendan P. Foht on politically correcting science and scientifically correcting politics

The Last Temptation of Science

Winter 2011Algis Valiunas on “Rappaccini’s Daughter” and the crooked path to Paradise

Human Cloning and Scientific Corruption

The South Korea Scandal and the Future of the Stem Cell Debate

Winter 2006

The Many Casualties of Cloning

Spring 2006Richard M. Doerflinger on the lessons of the South Korean fraud

Chinaís Phony Science

Exposing Corruption, Plagiarism, and Fraud

Summer 2006