Monthly Archives: October 2014

Stapel got ahold of the hammer again (but not for long) and other stories

Wednesday, October 15, 2014. Diedrick Stapel hits the nail on the head: seems that Diedrick Stapel, the kitchen table data creator, cannot lose for winning. It was reported on the Retraction Watch recently (remember he has racked up 54 retractions

Posted in ethical concerns, fraud, news item, retractions

Cheating in Science: Who Cares?

Last week I went to the annual meeting of the Radiation Research Society in Las Vegas.  I had a poster on display during the entire meeting in the poster room and was scheduled to stand by and explain it during

Posted in ethical concerns, journal problems, possible fraud, retractions, Uncategorized

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