Ivan Oransky

VP, Editorial, @Medscape. Distinguished Writer In Residence, @NYU_Journalism; co-founder, @RetractionWatch; president, @AHCJ.

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Weekend reads: How much is integrity worth?; killing the science poster; future of megajournals in doubt?
June, 15 2019
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Public health journal retracts paper on austerity for “inaccurate and misleading results”
June, 13 2019
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Want to check for retractions in your personal library — and get alerts — for free? Now you can
June, 12 2019
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Forensics Friday: What mistake(s) did the author make in this figure?
May, 31 2019
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Critic up to 18 retractions for plagiarism
May, 30 2019
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CrossFit demands retraction of paper claiming their participants are more likely to be injured
May, 28 2019
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“Great dismay:” When a lack of originality is tough to swallow
May, 28 2019
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Forensics Friday: Just how many bands are duplicated in this image?
May, 24 2019
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Up to 19% plagiarism is just fine, journal tells authors
May, 23 2019
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Former BU prof falsified images, agrees to 5-year funding ban
May, 21 2019
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More troubles at Duke: NIH suspended grants because of concerns over patient safety
May, 21 2019
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Weekend reads: Fraud in generic drugs; a university stonewalls after a data breach involving HIV; data behind fertility app retracted
May, 18 2019
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Forensics Friday: How was this image manipulated?
May, 17 2019
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Just how common is positive publication bias? Here’s one researcher who’s trying to figure that out
May, 13 2019
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Weekend reads: Ghostwritten peer reviews; is failure to report results misconduct?; scientific sabotage common in at least one country
May, 11 2019
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After 18 months — and recommended retractions — no movement in psychology case
May, 9 2019
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How often do authors with retractions for misconduct continue to publish?
May, 8 2019
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Meet Elisabeth Bik, who finds problematic images in scientific papers for free
May, 7 2019
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Authors’ remorse: Researchers retract paper so they can publish it in a journal with a higher impact factor
May, 7 2019
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Article retracted after critics say it has “racist ideological underpinnings”
May, 6 2019
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Weekend reads: The Trump administration gets something right about science; a journal refuses a metaphor; should journals use Nazi science?
May, 4 2019
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Compression plagiarism: An “under-recognized variety” that software will miss
May, 1 2019
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Journalist’s questions lead to expression of concern for paper on melatonin and pistachios
April, 30 2019
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Should a paper on mindfulness have been retracted? A co-author weighs in
April, 29 2019
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Weekend reads: A U.S. gov’t memo on publishing leaves scientists in disbelief; money wasted on flawed research; an eye doctor whose research subjects were at
April, 27 2019
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Do wind turbines cause plagiarism? Energy researcher up to 20 retractions
April, 26 2019
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How one journal became a “major retraction engine”
April, 25 2019
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“A new form of plagiarism:” When researchers fake co-authors’ names
April, 23 2019
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Maybe combining red wine and tea doesn’t kill tumors after all
April, 22 2019
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Weekend reads: Ousted a MD Anderson; an “under-recognized variety of plagiarism;” a data thug rolls again
April, 20 2019
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Harvard cancer lab subject to federal misconduct probe
April, 19 2019
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‘Search for inspiration’ lands too close to plagiarism, forcing retraction of grief paper
April, 18 2019
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Too much skin in the game: Derm journal calls out author for duplication
April, 16 2019
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Caught stealing a manuscript, author blames a dead colleague
April, 15 2019
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Weekend reads: Unhealthy reliance on metrics; a letter that drew curse words; why some U.S. researchers may be fired
April, 13 2019
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Here we go again: Paper linking vaccines to cognitive damage (in sheep) retracted
April, 3 2019
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Bartleby the author: Did you know you could abstain from a retraction notice?
April, 3 2019
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Court orders publisher OMICS to pay U.S. gov’t $50 million in suit alleging “unfair and deceptive practices”
April, 2 2019
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Reuters banned from cardiology meeting after embargo break
April, 1 2019
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A “clandestine retraction” as a paper disappears from a management journal without a trace
April, 1 2019
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Weekend reads: Autism-“male brain” paper retracted; impact factor poison; meet a data detective
March, 30 2019
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Russian homeopaths strike again (twice) in virology journal — and a skeptic strikes right back
March, 28 2019
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Elsevier looking into how “unorthodox” paper featuring ancient astronauts was published
March, 27 2019
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Science standing by for updates as university finds fraud in earthquake paper
March, 26 2019
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Joseph Thomas just earned $33.8 million in a $112.5 million settlement with Duke. Here’s his story.
March, 26 2019
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Duke settles case alleging data doctoring for $112.5 million
March, 25 2019
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Reuters won’t face NEJM sanctions for cardiology meeting embargo break
March, 25 2019
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Montenegro just made plagiarism illegal. What does it hope to achieve?
March, 25 2019
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Weekend reads: Controversial paper on transgender teens revised; e-cigarette maker touts study in a questionable journal; Science warns readers about monkey
March, 23 2019
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Time to say goodbye to “statistically significant” and embrace uncertainty, say statisticians
March, 21 2019
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