Weekend reads: Australia focuses on misconduct; Retraction Watch prevails in a lawsuit; scammers threaten data quality

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The week at Retraction Watch featured:

Our list of retracted or withdrawn COVID-19 papers is up to more than 350. There are now 42,000 retractions in our database — which powers retraction alerts in EdifixEndNoteLibKeyPapers, and Zotero. The Retraction Watch Hijacked Journal Checker now contains 200 titles. And have you seen our leaderboard of authors with the most retractions lately — or our list of top 10 most highly cited retracted papers?

Here’s what was happening elsewhere (some of these items may be paywalled, metered access, or require free registration to read):

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One thought on “Weekend reads: Australia focuses on misconduct; Retraction Watch prevails in a lawsuit; scammers threaten data quality”

  1. Its a shame that the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre is being dragged into the Mark Smyth issue. As someone who was involved in the investigation at the Peter Mac, I can vouch for the integrity of their response and findings.

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