Press clippings and news releases related to the 6th World Conference on Research Integrity are available.
The prevalence of minor research misbehaviors is embarrassingly high: Prof. Lex Bouter (Editage Insgihts, accessed 7 December 2017)
How each stakeholder in scholarly publishing can help fight the problem of sloppy science (Editage Insights, accessed 14 December 2017)
Fostering responsible research practices is a shared responsibility of multiple stakeholders (Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 21 December 2017, Lex Bouter).
Transparency key to cutting dodgy research: Dutch expert (The Australian, 6 June 2018).
Unsuccessful replication is not a sign of research misconduct (Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 1 August 2018, Lex Bouter)
6th World Conference on Research Integrity in Hong Kong Welcomes Abstract Submission through October 15, 2018 (Centre for Open Science, 27 September 2018)
From punish to empower: A blame-free approach to research misconduct (Nature Index, 16 October 2018, Lex Bouter)
Shifting Perspectives on Research Integrity (Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 12 November 2018, Melissa Anderson)
Even potential participants of a research integrity conference commit plagiarism, organizers learn (Retraction Watch, 10 January 2019, Lex Bouter)
Plagiarism at integrity meeting (Science, 18 January 2019)
Research Integrity and Peer Review looks ahead to the World Conference on Research Integrity (BioMed Central, 18 February 2019, Susan Zimmerman)
Plagiarism detectors are a crutch, and a problem (Nature, 27 March 2019, Deborah Weber-Wulff)
Assessing researchers with a focus on research integrity (The Lancet, 20 April 2019).
We want to change how we evaluate research (Deutschlandfunk, 3 June 2019, Lex Bouter)
Report of the 6th World Conference on Research Integrity 2019 in Hong Kong (ZonMW, Accessed June 26, 2019)
What we value about research needs to change (Times Higher Education, 1 August 2019, Mai Har Sham)