AUTHORSHIP

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Published: 04.06.2018
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Released: Dec 2010
Features: 2:42 min, no subtitles

Review: Video about publication ethics: two young researchers are discussing typical examples of unethical and problematic behaviour in the lab.

Situation 1: Stolen idea form a presentation at a conference. Someone from the audience showed interest, asked for more data, ran the described experiments, and published the results before the presenter did.

Situation 2: Second authorship given to someone not involved in the research. In the setting presented the first author was accused of plagiarism and the second “author” had to take the consequences as well. Taking the authorship means taking the responsibility for good scientific practice as well.

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