The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity.
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Resnik, David B.
Shamoo, Adil E.
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The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity, drafted at the Second World Conference on Research Integrity, which took place in Singapore from July 21 to 24, 2010, is an important step toward promoting ethical conduct among scientists around the world. The 340 conference attendees included scientists, journal editors, academic and industry leaders, and representatives from government funding agencies and publishers from over 51 countries. Nanyang Technological University, the National University of Singapore, the Singapore Management University, and the Agency for Science, Technology, and Research hosted the gathering, with support from Singapore’s Ministry of Education and National Research Foundation. The Singapore statement was drafted by conference co-chairs, Nicholas Steneck (University of Michigan) and Tony Mayer (Nanyang Technological University), and the incoming chair for the next World Conference, Melissa Anderson (University of Minnesota). In contrast to the Firs.....
JournalAccountability in Research
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CitationResnik, D.B. and Shamoo, A.E. (2011) The Singapore Statement on Research Integrity. Accountability in Research, 18, pp.71-75, DOI: 10.1080/08989621.2011.557296