Despite centuries of progress, humanity's pursuit of knowledge has often overlooked one crucial element: morality. Shockingly, some of history's greatest innovations, like nuclear energy and certain chemical compounds, were developed with little regard for their devastating potential.
Given the esteem and trust we grant scientists and innovators, how could this happen? How could research fraud, falsified data, and unproven conclusions result in 1,800 papers in leading journals and peer review articles being retracted in 2020? And this is not an anomaly.  Two decades ago, jour
In recent years, a growing number of innovators has falsified or fabricated their ideas and their work in order to gain prestige and undeserved credibility. Furthermore, instead of this scandal being the work of a few innovators led astray, it seems that the issue of unethical behavior in research i