The Research Ethics Program serves as a resource for the campus community to identify and address ethical challenges intrinsic to the conduct of science, engineering, and other academic scholarship.

Case of the Month: April 2019

In recent years, the scientific community has increasingly worried that much of what is published is not reproducible. One particularly influential paper by Ioannidis is titled "Why most published research findings are false." If true, there are many reasons that published research would not be reproducible.

  • Have you experienced cases in which you were unable to reproduce research published by others?


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