PLoS ONE has just issued a 12-figure correction on a paper by Mario A. Saad, who sued the American Diabetes Association unsuccessfully in an attempt to prevent it from retracting four papers in its flagship journal Diabetes. The corrections include taking out Western blots copied from another Saad paper, as well as several figures where the bands […]The post PLoS ONE mega-correction, but no retraction, for researcher who sued diabetes journal appeared first on Retraction Watch.
We’ve stepped up to another level this week, with a new, professional sounding (and looking), recording set up! And we’re taking this as an exciting opportunity to catch up on some Liam and Kat time. It’s been a week since the hosts have had a chance to catch up with each other, even though they ...read more
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Sometimes you look out the airplane window at just the right time! This is Greenland. You can see the carving of rock done by glaciers. The colors were just stunning.The post Greenland from Above appeared first on Stay Curious.
Zooniverse unveils its latest project called Science Gossip which is an investigation into the making and communication of science in both the Victorian period and today. This project is born from a collaboration between an Arts and Humanities Research Council project in the UK, called ‘Constructing Scientific Communities: Citizen Science in the 19th and 21st Centuries’ (ConSciCom) and the Missouri Botanical Garden who are provide content from the Biodiversity Heritage Library […]
Parasites such as nematodes, tapeworms, flukes, ticks and lice are normal in nature and can even be beneficial for animals, including humans, says Anna Phillips, […]
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