Weekend reads: an editor wonders whether data exist, ‘how universities cover up scientific fraud,’ detecting paper mills

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2 thoughts on “Weekend reads: an editor wonders whether data exist, ‘how universities cover up scientific fraud,’ detecting paper mills”

  1. “How can journals and peer reviewers detect manuscripts and publications from paper mills?”

    It is good to see that the role of papermills in the bogus-science ecosystem is becoming a legitimate area of research in its own right, and I look forward to commissioning a papermill to write a paper for me on that topic.

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