[ RESEARCH INTEGRITY ] November 16, 2023
What did we learn at the Charleston Library Conference?
By Adam Teitelbaum, Head of Product Marketing
You may also likeView all articles
Who's responsible for research integrity?
Insights for publishers, researchers, and conference organizers on why research integrity is important and how misconduct can affect the future of science.
RESEARCH INTEGRITY September 14, 2022
Fraud in research and the tangible cost of retractions
Retractions due to research misconduct continue to rise. Although they seem like a quick fix for undetected fraud, journals can face serious losses.