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Adventures in Collaborative Research (abridged)
Adventures in Collaborative Research (abridged)

Added12/15/2017

Author(s) Kenneth D. Pimple
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Notes This publication can be found at http://www.teachrcr.us/home/resources/rcr-instruction/. This abridgement is adapted from a case prepared for use at a workshop at the University of Minnesota, February 1999. All characters, organizations, and situations in this case are fictional. The structure of the case was inspired by "The Whole Truth," a videotape in the Integrity in Scientific Research series produced and distributed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. For more on the video series, see https://www.aas.org/page/integrity-scientific-research-video-series (verified Apr 29 2017).
Year 1999
Language English
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