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This Science Vigilante Calls Out Bogus Results in Prestigious Journals

With pressure to “publish or perish,” some scientists fake their research results. Elisabeth Bik spends her days correcting them.

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EElisabeth Bik spends her days trawling scientific papers, life sciences papers in particular, looking for signs of image…




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