But as he was developing his software, Bucci noticed several duplicated images of "gels," as they're called. That is, it seems that in their papers, many scientists were claiming they ran numerous gel experiments that gave them the same results. Instead, they published images of the exact same gel, or parts of the same gel, pretending they were different experiments. Bucci's findings have already led to the investigation of one prominent cancer researcher in Italy, Afredo Fusco of the University of Naples, Nature News reports. Fusco likely won't be the last. Bucci has found that one in four papers run through his software have "anomalies."