2018 was a busy year in retractions. (OK, they’ve all been busy for a while.) In what has become an annual tradition, our friends at The Scientist asked us to round up what we thought were the biggest retractions of the last 12 months.
Head on over to see our picks.
And when you’re done with that, here’s an op-ed of ours in today’s Washington Post.
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