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: February 2019

The styles of research groups vary widely, and that is likely good for diversity in how science is conducted. However, some research group environments might best be described as toxic: researchers don't trust each other, disputes are frequent, and the level of competition between members of the group can lead to attempts at sabotaging one another.

In your experience have you seen or heard of such groups?


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