[ RESEARCH INTEGRITY ] September 9, 2022
Who's responsible for research integrity? Publishers, researchers, or conference organizers
The world’s learners rely on published research to further their knowledge, but poor research integrity threatens trust and confidence in science. This article aims to better inform stakeholders on their roles in collectively putting a stop to the growing research integrity concerns.
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