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July 22nd, 2015
Episode 609 of 1517 episodes
If you thought that taxpayer funded research for government departments could at least be relied on to deliver transparent and accountable results that might have some impact on policy, then think again. In his article Suppression clauses in health research funding: Case study of an Australian government contract negotiation published in the Medical Journal of Australia, Professor contained Kypri questions these clauses and the role of universities in promoting open enquiry whilst accepting these contracts.
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