Scientific misconduct

31-Jan-2017

'In 2011 Interphone scientists committed scientific misconduct when instead of publishing all data concerning correlation between brain tumor localization and exposure distribution in the brain in a single study, they split data and published two separate studies.'

You can read Professor Dariusz Lezczynski's enlightening account of how scientists and scientific organisations manipulate scientific material to suit their purposes here.

 



 

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