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Research Ethics Roundup: Research Fraud Prevention Efforts, NIH’s Nonhuman Primate Research Workshop; 20 Years, 10,000 New Yorkers, Lots of Data; and Public Perception on Biospecimen Donations

This week’s Research Ethics Roundup examines the best ways to stop research fraud, the National Institutes of Health’s workshop reviewing the ethics of nonhuman primate research, a large-scale data collection effort in New York, and an interview with the CEO of a biospecimen collection company. Stop Ignoring Misconduct: In a Nature comment piece, Donald S. […]

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