Monthly Archives: June 2011

Retractions: What are they good for?

Retraction. It’s perhaps one of the juiciest words in scientific language. One might think of it as the Scarlet Letter of science, a public stamp that can trigger gossip, speculation, whispers… Something went wrong somewhere, and someone is paying for … Continue reading

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Please standby…

We’ll return to regularly scheduled programming… sometime. I am not going to apologize for my lack of blogging this year. I am still here. I have no intentions of giving up blogging. I miss it-not just writing but also reading … Continue reading

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