Netherlands Research Integrity Network

The Netherlands Research Integrity Network (NRIN) aims to facilitate collaboration, exchange and mutual learning between the actors in the field of research integrity. By organizing a diversity of open and closed meetings, and sharing information on our website and in our newsletters.

PhD position Department of Methodology and Statistics

The Department of Methodology and Statistics of Tilburg University is looking for a PhD candidate for the project 'Research on qualitative research'. This project focuses on investigating the rigor and verifiability of qualitative research in the social sciences. Furthermore, the project fits within the researc...

Boris Barbour added to program with Elisabeth Bik

As announced earlier, on October 13 2021 Elisabeth Bik will give a lecture on 'the dark site of science', and we're pleased to add Boris Barbour to the program, who will give a talk on post-publication peer review with PubPeer. Boris Barbour joined the initiative shortly after its launch in 2012, and has been i...

'The Dark side of Science: Misconduct in Biomedical Research.' Lecture by dr. Elisabeth Bik

On October 13 (15:30-17:30 CET) Elisabeth Bik will give a lecture in Amsterdam, explaining her work as an 'image forensics detective' searching and reporting biomedical articles that contain errors or data of concern. During the last years Elisabeth has done a systematic scan of 20,000 papers in 40 journals and foun...

Our partners

NRIN is member of the European Network of Research Integrity Offices (ENRIO), and partner of the Reduce Waste and Reward Diligence campaign (REWARD) Alliance and the World Conferences on Research Integrity (WCRI) Foundation.


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