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Up to 52 papers published by Gregg L. Semenza, one of the 2019 laureates for Physiology or Medicine, have been scrutinized for potential image manipulation. This article…
It was a joy to see the researcher community excitedly exchanging their thoughts and views on the theme of Peer Review Week 2022. A few researchers went out of their way…
The final event of the Peer Review Week 2022 celebrations (Sep 19-23), powered by Editage and Researcher.Life,  was a panel discussion titled “Discussing research…
In this interview, Dr. Lee shares her perspectives on the current status of peer review in Korea and suggestions to improve research integrity.
We kicked off the Peer Review Week 2022 celebrations (Sep 19-23), powered by Editage and Researcher.Life, with an exciting panel discussion: “Perspectives from the…
Inappropriate image manipulation has become increasingly prevalent in research publishing. This article talks about peer reviewers' role in flagging unethical elements…
Despite the lack of pay and sometimes-thankless nature of the work, peer reviewers are vital to the process of academic publication. This article talks about the new…
On July 21, 2022, the prominent blog Retraction Watch and esteemed American journal Science published articles on the newly uncovered evidence of potential…
The 7th World Conference on Research Integrity, held in May–June 2022 in Cape Town, focused on issues surrounding ethics in collaboration between researchers in the…
Images that researchers include in their papers need to meet the presentation quality requred for publication. But in manipulating their images to make them presentable,…