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101: Punishing research misconduct

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Description: Dan and James discuss a new paper which discusses whether research misconduct should be criminalised. If so, where do we draw the line and who should investigate these cases?

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Dan and James discuss a new paper which discusses whether research misconduct should be criminalised. If so, where do we draw the line and who should investigate these cases? Here's an episode overview and links to stuff we mentioned: We’re a pop science podcast, apparently Elizabeth Bik’s wikipedia page Elizabeth’s Patreon page The original consortium letter The apology letter from the APS The...

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