Ethics in scientific research is one of the most important fields of study, especially for students, graduate students and young researchers. Also, due to the multitude and diversity of the issues that intellectual fraud addresses, knowledge of fraud examples in the research field are of interest, for the experienced researchers, also, in order to avoid situations nonconforming with good conduit in scientific research. Scientific misconduct in research means fabrication, falsification, plagiarism or cheating in the proposal, conduct or communication of results and deviations deliberate, dangerous or negligent practices accepted in the conduction of the research. Exclude non-compliance with established research protocols, if the research results in unacceptable risk to humans, other vertebrates and the environment.
The software application proposed in the paper can be used in teaching about the notions of ethics in scientific research at the doctoral schools, to various forms of training in ethics and intellectual property. The application will be used to provide examples illustrating the various manifestations of improper conduct in research. Examples consist of scientific papers, press releases, public information, court of law decisions, research ethics committees etc. Also, in the application will be archived various documents that forms the legal framework that governs ethics in scientific research. In order to structure the application the following methodology was applied that involves the following steps: 1. Information and synthesis of information on the legal framework governing good conduct in scientific research; 2. Information and synthesis of information on the specific definition, of the main concepts of ethics in research / good conduct research; 3. Information and synthesis of information on domestic and international casuistry in relation to the conduct in scientific research; 4. Establishing the programming language in which the application will be developed; 5. Establishing the main application menu; 6. Structuring of the databases needed to run the application; 7. Development of the application; 8. Testing the application; 9. Make any corrections, modifications, improvements; 10. Validation.
The paper presents the possibility in which various forms of ethics violation in research can exemplified. Also, presents how the application can be developed with various examples and other forms of violation of good conduct in research.