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Largest ever research integrity survey flounders as universities refuse to cooperate – Science Magazine

Many institutions decline to participate in Dutch study, fearing bad press on a sensitive subject



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By Jop de VriezeNov. 25, 2020 , 3:30 PM
The worlds largest multidisciplinary survey on research integrity is in danger of falling short of its goals after two-thirds of invited institutions declined to collaborate, citing the sensitivity of the subject and fearing negative publicity. That left researchers leading the Dutch National Survey on Research Integrity on their own to scrape many email addresses and solicit responses. The survey will close on 7 December, but the team has gathered responses…

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