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[H]ow can you be certain that the journals editor and peer reviewers will agree that your paper merits publication?
Writing well comes from writing a lot, so get comfy with your computer.
"What researchers--authors--tend to overlook in the fight for credit is that the coin has two sides--one is credit, and the other, inseparable, is responsibility for the work's integrity."
Quantifiable survey data are more resistant to dismissive interpretations than more subjective perceptions of the "quality" of the training environment.
"The tipping point is when scientists' commitments to industry-funded research compromise their ability to do what their university appointments require: promote the public good through training students and pursuing research on important issues."
"There is a degree of dishonesty in the research community: a community that is supposedly devoted to finding "truth" and receives a significant amount of trust from the general public."
"The key question in determining responsibility is this: Did these authors have any reason to suspect the data?"
Science Careers talks to three young investigators who contributed to this year's monumental discovery.
Young aspiring scientists should also be given the opportunity, in a formalized setting, to reflect on how best to achieve and maintain an ethical research environment.
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