Falsified authorship; allegations about more than 200 papers; honoring an exploitative scientist – Retraction Watch
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- “Should we thoughts if authorship is falsified?”
- “Microbiologist and symbol manipulation skilled Elisabeth Bik tweeted that she had discovered proof that authors had manipulated clinical pictures and plagiarised content material in [more than 200] revealed papers, after receiving a tip-off about the college.”
- The inventor of a well-liked zits remedy “Exploited Prisoners, Children, and the Elderly. Why Does Penn Honor Him?”
- “The concept sounded fishy to Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman. She used to be no longer about to put her title on a ghostwritten article for a clinical magazine.”
- “I (inadvertently) misrepresented others’ research in a way that made my story sound better,” a number one statistician admits.
- “Academics and universities that “fetishise” newsletter in positive journals are the basis reason for deficient incentives in science – no longer the design of tests equivalent to the United Kingdom’s analysis excellence framework, an match on reproducibility has been informed.”
- “It was hard to imagine that they could have made this worse, but they did.” President Trump weaponizes clinical transparency on the EPA.
- “A TED Talk by means of [MIT] most important analysis scientist Caleb Harper used to be got rid of from the…group’s website online.”
- “[T]he scandal didn’t contain cash, mismanagement or different problems many may go together with such scandals — it used to be nameless allegations about plagiarized emails that resulted in the resignation.”
- A paper “is retracted because of omission of the figures, by means of a writer’s mistake.”
- “The selection of South Korean teachers accused of naming youngsters as co-authors on analysis manuscripts…continues to develop.”
- Our co-founder Ivan Oransky has been counseled by means of the judges for the Maddox Prize for his paintings on Retraction Watch.
- “In gentle of the new athletic admissions scandal, the on-going and rising concussion disaster, and new reporting from The Athletic, we name at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and all NCAA member establishments to liberate 20 years of information on LD/ADHD charges inside of their athletic systems, correctly anonymized.”
- The Loss of Confidence Project “is encouraging psychologists to record the analysis findings they not imagine to be true.”
- “For the second one time in France, inside of a 15-year period, we now have proven that the ICMJE standards have been neglected and that honorary authorship used to be widespread.”
- A have a look at retractions by means of Croatian authors.
- “The play, written by means of Pulitzer Prize winner Wendy Wasserstein, facilities round an accusation of plagiarism by means of Laurie, an ageing feminine professor, towards Third, a tender male faculty scholar.”
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