Fraud in Science Research Creates Ripple Effect

In a recent article in The Hartford Courant, Laura Stark, assistant professor of science in society, assistant professor of sociology, assistant professor of environmental studies, discusses the case of a researcher who had falsified data on a famous study and the wide-ranging implications of his actions on his students and others. Stark is also the author of Behind Closed Doors: IRBs and the Makings of Ethical Research, which is published by The University of Chicago Press.