The software lets investigators catch scientific fraud that would be otherwise difficult for journal editors to spot.
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A scientist explains the frustrating road to publishing contradictory findings, and why he ended up pulling his own article instead.
Amazing! But why does this exist?
Another "green" brick, this time made like sausage
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