P.Mean: The case of Ranjit Kumar Chandra (created 2008-09-08).

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I've been working on developing a series of case studies in research ethics and research fraud. Progress is slow for a variety of reasons (my apologies), but I hope to have the first case study on this website soon. I just ran across a series of webpages published at the Canadian Broadcaster Corporation website associated with the allegations of fraud associated with Dr. Ranjit Kumar Chandra. There is video associated with this site and numerous pictures of the key participants.

The challenge for this is to show some of the personalities, especially of the people who tried to blow the whistle on Dr. Chandra. There is not as much action in this story as in some of the others, but it is still very compelling.

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