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Truth, Rigour and Fraud in Academic Research

Seminar 3 in the Post-Truth Seminar Series 2017

This week the seminar series shifts its focus onto the issue of truth and rigour in academic research. Professor Jennifer Byrne will be examining processes of peer review and the increasingly competitive research environment in order to evaluate the role of truth in the research and publication arena. Professor Byrne will be situating a broader discussion on the adverse consequences of impairing trust in academic research in her own case study research on research fraud in pre-clinical research publications.


Professor Jennifer Byrne, Professor of Molecular Oncology, Discipline of Child and Adolescent Health, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead


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