‘This is not about crooks, it’s about us'
Whoever dared to openly doubt the integrity of scientific research was until recently dismissed as “merely throwing mud”. Now the subject is prominently on the agenda. What has changed?
Out of the lab and behind the barricades
How do objective research and activism relate to each other? May a researcher adopt a position? Or should that may be a must?
What you may not ask
Science has ethical boundaries. But also subjects and questions that nobody seems to want to burn their fingers on.
A single replication is not a replication
Replication studies must contribute to finding the truth. Yet, instead, they often seems to create confusion. Does a failed replication mean that the original conclusions were incorrect?
Making choices to maintain integrity
The Netherlands Code of Conduct for Research Integrity: how do top researchers deal with it? Four Spinoza Laureates share their experiences.