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USYD research project suspended for questionable ethics

The University of Sydney’s Human Research Ethics Committee has suspended two academics’ research project for their use of pseudonyms in analysing participants. International relations associate professors Benjamin Goldsmith and Megan Mackenzie’s project, An Open Door? Experimental Measurement of Potential Bias in Informal Pathways ...

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Beautiful one day, scandalised the next

The UQ scandal displays the nuanced trade-off between ethics and transparency writes Bill De Maria. The mighty Brisbane River bear hugs the University of Queensland, showcasing the most picturesque campus setting in Australia. The tree-lined drives and the majestic old sandstone buildings ...

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