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Retraction Watch

Tracking retractions as a window into the scientific process.

  • By Alison Abritis, Ellie Kincaid
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly five posts per week
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Wiley to stop using “Hindawi” name amid $18 million revenue decline
Wiley will cease using the beleaguered Hindawi brand name, the publisher announced on an earnings call Wednesday morning. Wiley plans to integrate Hindawi’s approximately 200 journals into the rest of its portfolio by the middle …
On , by Ellie Kincaid, 762 words
Third retraction imminent for Harvard-affiliated sports research group
Several sports physicians at Harvard have earned two retractions and await another after publishing work based on “unreliable” survey data that was misrepresented in the papers. The articles, “Running-related injuries in middle school cross-country runners: …
On , by Lori Youmshajekian, 470 words
Cyberstalking pits Harvard professor against PubPeer
Joseph Loscalzo A deluge of bizarre and malicious emails targeting a professor at Harvard Medical School has left him reeling, while raising questions about the smear campaign’s use of a popular online forum where scientists …
On , by Frederik Joelving, 1,609 words