Protecting Scientific Integrity

In the age of rapid news cycles and technological developments, there have been concerns over the movement of science. Specifically, in how external political and industry forces can influence the quality and scope of scientific research and in general, a professional’s scientific integrity.

Scientists at federal agencies have said external political and industry forces heavily influence the quality and scope of their research, according to a large survey conducted by the Union of Concerned Scientists in 2015, involving thousands of top researchers. This still holds true today.

Read more at the Johns Hopkins Science Policy Group