Meet the scientific sleuths: A dozen who’ve had an impact on the scientific literature

Over the years, we have written about a number of the sleuths who, on their own time and often at great risks to their careers or finances, have looked for issues in the scientific literature. Here’s a sampling:

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One thought on “Meet the scientific sleuths: A dozen who’ve had an impact on the scientific literature”

  1. So why don’t I qualify as a Scientific Sleuth? I wrote a book, sent it to Ivan and he never even mentioned it on Retraction Watch. Too much statistics? Not enough image manipulation?
    Hidden Data: The Blind Eye of Science. Available on Amazon as print or Kindle.

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