Schneider Shorts of 20.05.2022 – with many amazing science solutions to rejuvenation (berries and sea squirts included), a depressive cancel culture for COVID drug at FDA, cheese as a bioweapon, and a life-hack on how to make it in science as a woman and a fraudster.
Schneider Shorts 6.05.2022 – how mTORman almost got a job at NYU, the 996 work morale, many great editorial decisions, rejuvenating stools, a minibrain curing autism, vitamin D against cancer, with an evil microscope maker, and a lewd Yale professor you probably don’t want to meet.
Schneider Shorts 29.042022 – a sexual harasser and his billionaire friends, criminal investigation in Marseille, fake quantum computing in The Netherlands, pandemic corruption in China, apples and bananas, corrections and retractions in need of corrections, and why we mustn’t ask about Global Virology Project.
Schneider Shorts 22.04.2022 – genocide lectures in Russian universities, nanotechnology cheater exposed by lab member, JBC gets a new research integrity expert, pre-pandemic coronavirus research records to be destroyed, yoghurt and turmeric for COVID-19, progress in autism and cancer research, and who, pray, is David Bimler?
Schneider Shorts 15.04.2022 – a resurrected career of a French biologist, a Spanish martyr saint takes revenge on two more apostate sinners, a limitless indulgence for sins past, present and future for a cancer cheater in Texas, Elsevier’s half-hearted exorcism of a Greek antivaxxer, papers to get rid of, and a self-righteous Italian diva in Zürich waving another sockpuppet.
Schneider Shorts of 8.04.2022 – antler baths and crazy inventions for diseased Führer Putin, Russia’s’ academic self-boycott, with a Fauci advisor on a race to the bottom, an ex-MIT sexual harasser, how Nature Comms helped a German cheater sue the DFG, and why toxoplasma infection is good for you.
Schneider Shorts 1.04.2022 – Bottomless stupidity of Russian fascists, with a Welsh hand-reading eugenicist, a man who cures everything with glutathione, a match made in heaven, sad mathematicians who can’t party in St Petersburg, a reminder that Elsevier is a predatory publisher, and how coffee can cure anxiety.
Schneider Shorts of 25.03.2022 – University of Louisville canonizes a fraudster, a Peruvian sexual harasser puts critic on trial, a sacked CEO with a new biotech startup, French COVID quacks being creative, some interesting corrections, and why China’s science is the best in the world.