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regulation of research

— Processes used to assess whether proposed research is scientifically defensible, ethical, and worthwhile

Full explanation:

Regulation of research is used, for example, to judge whether proposed new research is ethical, and whether drugs should be given marketing licences. There are many other ways in which research is regulated.

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