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Fraudulent aluminum cost NASA two missions and $700 million
The manufacturer falsified tests and certifications.
‘FDA approved’ medical devices don’t actually have to do what they promise
Bracelets can’t protect you from electromagnetic radiation—and you don’t need protection anyway.
The Race Between Fitness Trackers And Fitness Cheaters
They see you when you're sleeping, they know when you're a fake
Greenpeace Investigation Finds Researchers Who’ll Defend Fossil Fuels For Cash
Dirty fuel, dirty money
As Clouds Grow Darker Over Volkswagen, What’s Next For The Automotive Giant?
Authorities’ evidence over diesel emissions scandal mounts, while the beleaguered carmaker rolls out a protracted plan for fixing cars
VW: 11 Million Diesels Had Cheating Software, $7.3 Billion Set Aside
Criminal probe reported underway
A Decade After Committing Massive Fraud, A Cloning Scientist Is Back To Work
Ten years ago, South Korean geneticist Woo Suk Hwang was caught making up data about cloning human stem cells.
Software Scans Journal Papers, Finds 1 In 4 Have Suspicious Images
The software lets investigators catch scientific fraud that would be otherwise difficult for journal editors to spot.
Ex-Chief Of U.S. Military Supplier To Go To Prison For Insider Trading
And fraud. And lying to auditors. And obstruction of justice. Boy did this guy screw up.
How A Millionaire Sold Fake Bomb Detectors To Governments All Over The World
The British businessman's fraud likely killed many soldiers who relied on the bogus devices to detect explosives.