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Delighted birthday, Retraction Watch: We’re turning nine
Nine years back this Saturday that is coming August 3, 2010, we published a post, “Why write a weblog about retractions?”
just What became clear into the intervening nine years is exactly what a rich vein retractions are as tales of what the results are whenever one thing goes wrong in technology. So when we now have done each year at the moment, we’ll review just what occurred within the last few 12 months.
Drug researchers trip up, raising meth paper to compose one on LSD
Evidently meth is a gateway medication … for publishing misconduct.
Scientists in China have actually lost a 2019 paper how LSD could harm vision because they’d lifted a lot of the paper from a write-up which had showed up the season before in a different sort of log — about methamphetamine.
The retracted article, “Long-term systemic therapy with lysergic acid diethylamide causes retinal harm in CD1 mice,” appeared in Human & Experimental Toxicology. Based on the article:
Writers object as “doubtful” data doom dermatology paper
A dermatology journal has retracted a 2017 article by a couple of scientists in Saudi Arabia after getting a complaint that is“serious about the integrity for the information. Continue reading “Retraction Watch:Tracking retractions as being a window in to the systematic process”