Weekend reads: Should expertise in COVID-19 modeling justify a reprieve for grant fraud?; bypassing publishing; “a torrent of ‘bad science?'”

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The week at Retraction Watch featured:

Here’s what was happening elsewhere:

A reminder of a few Retraction Watch appearances in the media during the pandemic:

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One thought on “Weekend reads: Should expertise in COVID-19 modeling justify a reprieve for grant fraud?; bypassing publishing; “a torrent of ‘bad science?'””

  1. This seems new, actually getting an email prompt that Weekend Reads are available. Usually had to go looking for them. Thanks for working that out!

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