By Kiyoshi Takenaka TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's top research body on Tuesday accused the lead writer of stem cell papers hailed as a game...
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According to the New York Times, scientific retractions are on the rise. But elsewhere, audacious, falsified research stands un-retracted -- including the work of authors who actually went to prison for fraud.
It might not be something to celebrate, but scientists who commit research fraud are following in a grand tradition.
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