Dishonesty and fraud in scientific research
I am currently doing research for my MSc in wastewater treatment and I am finding many studies that contridict one another as well as many studies who claim to have gotten certain results in their exoeriments and when I conduct those same experiments I get completely different results even after many replications. I have also come across many papers that have been published where certain data points and parameters have been left out thus the experiments cannot be replicated due to lack of necessary information. Do you think there is a problem with scientific dishonesty and fraud and well as the pushlishing process? I find myself becoming very sceptical of the research I read. How sceptical should one be?
Submitted June 11, 2019 at 06:36AM by AliciaLevy25
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