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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
The deadline for written submissions was Thursday 5 October 2017. If you would like to send a late submission please contact Committee staff.
This inquiry looks at trends and developments in fraud, misconduct and mistakes in research and the publication of research results. Research by Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology indicates the trend in misconduct/mistakes in publishing is still upwards. There has also been a so-called 'crisis in reproducibility' of research.
The Committee continues the previous Committee's inquiry, taking forward the evidence it had received before the General Election.
Evidence given by Professor Sir Bernard Silverman, Chair of Trustees, and James Parry, Chief Executive, UK Research Integrity Office; Dr Tony Peatfield, Director of Corporate Affairs, Medical Research Council, and Chairman, RCUK Good Research Conduct Network, and Dr Steven Hill, Head of Research Policy, Higher Education Funding Council for England; Professor Jonathan Montgomery, Chair, Health Research Authority
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Science and Technology Committee hears from the UK Research Integrity Office