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  • "L’intégrité, une exigence de la recherche" LE MONDE SCIENCE ET TECHNO | 15.09.2014 à 18h22 • Mis à jour le 16.09.2014 à 09h24 (LINK)
  • Rare scientific misconducts cost us our reputation. The Euroscientist, 2010. (Accessed at .), The Euroscientist (9/22/10): (Link)
  • Science - International researchers meet in Singapore to discuss research integrity, NewsGuide.us (9/22/10): (Link)
  • International researchers meet in Singapore to discuss research integrity | Science Blog, ScienceBlog (9/22/10): (Link)
  • International Researchers Meet in Singapore to Discuss Research Integrity, RedOrbit (9/22/10): (Link)
  • Seven days: 17–23 September 2010 : Nature News, Nature (9/22/10): (Link)
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science, Singapore Statement Urges Global Consensus on Research Integrity, AAAS News Release (9/22/10): (Link)
  • M. Hong'e, Global conference in Singapore to adopt code on research integrity, Xinhuanet, News, Sci & Tech (9/22/10): (Link)
  • P. Jump, Don't let views cloud scientific integrity, Times Higher Education (9/23/10): (Link)
  • B. Maher and R. Van Noorden, The Great Beyond: The 14 commandments of responsible research Nature (9/23/10): (Link)
  • Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Statement on Research Integrity finalised, News Hub, Media Reports (9/23/10): (Link)
  • P. Misir, The Singapore statement on research integrity, Guyana Chronicle Online (9/27/10): (Link)
  • P. Misir, The Singapore Statement provides a guide for the responsible conduct of research - Stabroek News - Guyana, Stabroek News (9/27/10): (Link)
  • P. Misir, The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity, Kaieteur News (9/28/10): (Link)
  • J. Merritt, Singapore Statement on Research Integrity University of Minnesota, OVPR Research News Online (Link)
  • S. Kleinert, Singapore Statement: a global agreement on responsible research conduct, Lancet (10/2/10): (Link)
  • T. Mayer, Rare scientific misconducts cost us our reputation « Euroscientist Blog, The Euroscientist (10/6/10): http://euroscientist.com/2010/10/the-singapore-statement-on-research-integrity/
  • S. Schneider, Rare scientific misconducts cost us our reputation, The Euroscientist (10/6/10): (Link)
  • A. Marusic, The singapore statement on research integrity, Croat Med J (10/15/10): (Link)
  • University of Michigan Medical School, MICHR research ethics director leads effort to establish global framework for the responsible conduct of research, University of Michigan Medical School (10/15/10): (Link)

 

 

 

 

 
 

The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity was developed as part of the 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity, 21-24 July 2010, in Singapore, as a global guide to the responsible conduct of research. It is not a regulatory document and does not represent the official policies of the countries and organizations that funded and/or participated in the Conference. For official policies, guidance, and regulations relating to research integrity, appropriate national bodies and organizations should be consulted.

  Posted 22 September 2010;    
 

Statement Drafting Committee:
     Nicholas Steneck and Tony Mayer, Co-chairs, 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity
     Melissa Anderson, Chair, Organizing Committee, 3rd World Conference on Research Integrity

 
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