fraud

Which Face Is Real?

by University of Washington

A new website helps people navigate the increasing amount of misinformation and deception they see online

Pair of Professors Charged with Fraud in Getting Funding

We’ve already seen less-than-savory practices from a few scientists recently due to the tough funding environment in research these days, whether that’s altering research findings or faking them altogether for more impressive results. In the latest example of such unethical behavior, two professors from the University of Houston have been charged with wire fraud and making false statements in order to get $1.3 million in research grants from the U.S. government, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Men More Likely than Women to Commit Scientific Fraud

by Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Male scientists are far more likely to commit fraud than females and the fraud occurs across the career spectrum, from trainees to senior faculty. The analysis of professional misconduct was co-led by a researcher at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and was published today in the online journal mBio.