Conference materials


Plenary I: Integrity Challenges for Research Leaders

  1. Nicholas Steneck - "A Short Historyof The Road to The 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity"
  2. Lee Eng Hin - "Research Integrity Challenges - a Singapore Persepective"
  3. Allison Lerner - " Research Integrity Challenges: NSF OIG's Perspective"
  4. Ke Gong - "How Do Chinese Universities Respond to Misconduct in Research?"
  5. Sabine Kleinert - "Challenges for Editors as Guardians of the Research Recordishers"

Plenary II: Developing National and International Research Integrity Sturctures

  1. Christine C.Boesz - "Challenges in International Collaborations and Recommended Solutions: Prevention and Detection"
  2. Ren Yi - "National, Institutional and International Approach to Research Integrity: Australasian Perspective"
  3. Ian Halliday - " The Activities of the European Science Foundation in Promoting Research Integrity in Europe"
  4. Jose Antonio Cuellar Puente - "Research Integrity in Mexico: Shared Experience and Global Attention"

Plenary III: Developing, Sharing and Promoting Best Practices

  1. Ovid Tzeng - "The Threat of Research Integrity in the Net-Browsing Generation: When There is Nothing Left to Plagiarise"
  2. Makoto Asashima - "Promoting Best Practices for Scientists and Post-Doctoral Fellows"
  3. John Galland - "Developing, Sharing and Promoting Best Practices"
  4. Catherine Quinn - "A Sponsor's View"
  5. Elizabeth Wager - "Developing, Sharing and Promoting Best Practices"

Track 1: National and International Research Integrity Structures

Track 2: Codes of Conduct

Track 3: Training for Responsible Research

Track 4: Research Integrity Issues for Authors and Editors

Concurrent Session 2

Special Concurrent 1: Integrity in the Climate-Change Debate

  1. Fred Pearce - "Truth, Lies and the Climategate E-Mails"
  2. Carlos Nobre - "Lessons of the 'Amazongate' to the IPCC Process"
  3. Mark Frankel - "Turning Up the Heat on Research Integrity: Lessons from 'Climategate'"

Special Concurrent 2: Integrity in the Digital Age

  1. Harold R. 'Skip' Garner - " The Characteristics of Highly Similar Scientific Publications
  2. Xionyong Sun - "CNKI AMLC System's Advances in Development and Application and the Plan for International Cooperation"
  3. John Dahlberg - "ORI's Forensic Approach in Reviewing Questioned Data and Images"
  4. John Barrie - "Vetting Scholarly Work for Originality"

Special Concurrent 3: Integrity Issues in Dual-Use Research

  1. Lida Anestidou - "Integrity in Science with Dual-Use Potential"
  2. Gerald Epstein - "Governance Options for Dual-Use Research"
  3. David Franz - "The Role of Leadership and Culture within the Laboratory"
  4. Daniel Davis - "Codes of Conduct as Tools for Fostering Responsibility in Dual-Use Research: The Work of the National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity, USA"
  5. Robert Matthews - "The Role of Awareness-Raising, Education and Codes of Conduct in the Dual-Use Research Environment"
  6. Elizabeth Heitman - "Research with Dual-Use Potential in RCR Education: Is There a Role for Codes?"


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