Plagiarism and Chinese Science

August 4, 2011

China and its universities are making great strides in science, but are being held back by widespread plagiarism that detracts from the quality of research produced, NPR reported. In one example cited, when the Journal of Zhejiang University-Science became the first in China to use software to check for plagiarism, it found that 31 percent of paper had excessive copying. The figure rose to 40 percent for papers in computer science and life science.

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