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Richard Van Noorden, Rio de Janeiro, 02 June 2015

Over rum cocktails at the World Conference on Research Integrity, experts discussed what can be learnt from the fallout of a flawed political-science paper.

The world’s largest gathering of specialists in research misconduct kicked off on 31 May in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, shortly after science’s latest scandal broke. On the evening before the start of sessions on how to diagnose and remedy ethical faults in research, delegates to the 4th World Conference on Research Integrity sipped caipirinhas, Brazil’s national cocktail — and swapped views on what could be gleaned from a flawed political-science study.

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BRUNO DE PIERRO | Edição Online 18:08 2 de junho de 2015

Mais de 500 pesquisadores de cerca de 200 instituições de 55 países estão reunidos, até 3 de junho, no Rio de Janeiro, para discutir questões relacionadas à integridade da pesquisa científica, ou seja, aos valores éticos que definem a ética profissional do cientista.

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The number of plagiarism-based retractions has grown since the advent of detection software, according to a BioMed Central analysis.

Plagiarism is the most common cause of retractions in BioMed Central journals, accounting for a quarter of cases documented, according to a poster presentation at the World Conference on Research Integrity being held in Rio de Janeiro this week. The authors found that the increase in plagiarism-related retractions rose after 2009, when plagiarism-detection software became more widely used.

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www.thelancet.com Vol 385 May 30, 2015
 
On May 31, about 600 delegates from over 50 countries and all continents will gather in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the 4th World Conference on Research Integrity. The inaugural 1st World Conference was held in Lisbon, Portugal, 8 years ago. Attendees heard debates about whether scientific misconduct needed to be addressed or whether science could keep its own house in order. Examples of egregious misconduct featured strongly. And although the main goal of the first conference was to raise awareness of the importance of research integrity globally, the emphasis was on misconduct, its definitions and causes.

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