ORI is the Office for Research Integrity, part of the US Dept. of Health and Human Services. ORI has a wealth of information useful for discussing the important issues surrounding research ethics and misconduct.
Recently they have released a set of infographics on various themes, from “Tips for Presenting Scientific Images with Integrity” to “What Drives People to Commit Research Misconduct?“. There’s even a “Spot the research misconduct” infographic that lets you check your ability to detect figure manipulation. We’ve shared two of the infographics below, but you can view and download all of them at no charge from https://ori.hhs.gov/infographics
ORI asks that these resources be shared widely, and we think they would look nice printed out and posted on your lab or office walls!