Weekend reads: How much is integrity worth?; killing the science poster; future of megajournals in doubt?

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The week at Retraction Watch featured a big announcement: You can now receive alerts about retractions in your database of references if you use Zotero, the free, open-source research platform. Here’s what was happening elsewhere:

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2 thoughts on “Weekend reads: How much is integrity worth?; killing the science poster; future of megajournals in doubt?”

  1. The comment by the Duke researcher is typical of the arrogant holier-than-thou academic scholastics who think stealing the taxpayer’s money is fine and dandy to “pay the bills.” Tax revolt necessary.

  2. ralphie, that attitude is not typical where I come from. I gather you are referring to the situation in the US. Do you think the problem is so severe there that ‘typical’ is the right word?

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