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UK research-integrity group welcomes new members

Experts from disciplines ranging from literature to statistics join UK Committee on Research Integrity

National funder UK Research and Innovation has announced eight new members of a committee aimed at championing research integrity, drawn from widely different disciplines and career stages.

The UK Committee on Research Integrity (UK CORI), which is being hosted by UKRI for three years, will be responsible for developing and sharing evidence about research integrity across the UK, as well as providing expertise and influencing discussions about research integrity globally.

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