Giants, Crooks and Jerks in Science by Gordon K. Klintworth

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"...This is important territory, and Klintworth provides an illuminating view of science that isn’t often examined. The book’s main drawback is its need for copyediting. With such revision, however, Klintworth’s monograph would make a wonderful handbook for those interested in the ethics of science."
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The integrity of science depends on honesty; truth; and ethical behavior; and the major developments in science have advanced knowledge immensely and this information has helped mankind in numerous ways. Unfortunately not all researchers adhere to these fundamental principles. Research misconduct has existed since the beginnings of science and remains prevalent today despite considerable efforts to abolish it.
 

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Published August 5, 2014 by Xlibris. 702 pages
Genres: Science & Math. Non-fiction
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on Mar 02 2015

"...This is important territory, and Klintworth provides an illuminating view of science that isn’t often examined. The book’s main drawback is its need for copyediting. With such revision, however, Klintworth’s monograph would make a wonderful handbook for those interested in the ethics of science."

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