When things are not easily put into words

When things are not easily put into words

MAASTRICHT. Written articles may be the most common scholarly medium, but why are alternatives like film so undervalued? Filmmaker and cultural historian Paul Craddock gives talks at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and will be running a workshop at the Faculty of Health, Medicine & Life sciences on how to include film in academia.

“Extreme carelessness? It appears to be more like misconduct”

“Extreme carelessness? It appears to be more like misconduct”

Last week, Observant reported about the Maastricht PhD candidate who accused a professor of Cardiology, her former supervisor, of academic fraud. Three experts consulted, all biologists who specialise in integrity matters, give their extensive views regarding this case.

Maastricht professor of Cardiology accused of academic fraud

Maastricht professor of Cardiology accused of academic fraud

MAASTRICHT. A Maastricht professor of Cardiology is accused of academic fraud by her former PhD candidate. She is alleged to have falsified data and to have doctored pictures to make them look better in subsidy applications. The case is currently with Maastricht University’s Committee for Scientific Integrity. At the same time, the PhD candidate is taking the university to court because of a labour conflict. The case was heard in Roermond last Tuesday. Her promotor had denied her access to the laboratory by confiscating her keys. This meant that she had to stop her experiments.

New Tefaf professor: Parisian cancer expert Laurence Zitvogel

New Tefaf professor: Parisian cancer expert Laurence Zitvogel

MAASTRICHT. The French cancer researcher Laurence Zitvogel is going to occupy the Tefaf endowed chair in 2019. In professional circles, she is well-known for her discovery that microorganisms in the intestines partly determine the effectiveness of cancer treatment. Occupancy of this chair changes every year and comes under research institute GROW.

Piglet research UM discontinued

Piglet research UM discontinued

MAASTRICHT. The forensic piglet research by a Maastricht PhD candidate in a pond in North Holland, will be discontinued. The Twiske-Waterland recreation organisation has decided to terminate the project because it doesn’t fit to their goals.

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