Schneider Shorts 27.01.2023 – Michigan professor out after fraud findings, Elsevier’s recruits Vietnam’s most-cited scholar as EiC, much-retracted gynecologist from Egypt loses PhD in Netherlands, anti-aging goes to the dogs, how to get fit, and finally, how an intrepid journal hunts the biggest research fraudster in science’s history.
Schneider Shorts 20.012023 – an Imperial retraction, investigators appointed in Stanford, a sexual harasser arrives in Harvard, greedy crook reverses aging, with another Cassava paper whitewashed, the secret of high impact factors, why some Italian fraudster’s papers are safe.
Schneider Shorts 13.01.2023 – confidential whitewashing in Australia, hallmarks of fraud in Cell, Nature journals welcome Count Facula and a Greek cheater, with FDA’s new Alzheimer’s drug, a German editor who can’t stop papermilling, an Italian art lover in Ohio, and why Smut Clyde will never get full credit.
Schneider Shorts 6.01.2023 – lawsuit warnings from cardiology society and from editor against whistleblowers, an elite nanotech lab terminated in Czechia, award-winning cheater’s first retraction, more papermilling at Germany, humour by research fraudsters, and why your kids must play video games.
Schneider Shorts 30.12.2022 – A lazy holiday Shorts with 11 most read articles on For Better Science of 2022, plus some tweets, and musings on war and climate change. See you next year! Слава Україні! Героям слава!
Schneider Shorts 23.12.2022 – the Christmas spirits bring us a baby saved by stem cell magic in England, a mysterious sexual harasser in Germany, fake French nanotechnology, illustrative figures and stolen identities in USA, a cure for both COVID-19 and cancer, and finally, a bunch of academic racists paid by a Nazi fund.
Schneider Shorts 15.12.2022: with retractions for a Slovak papermill customer, a homeopath in Germany, a cheater couple in Sweden and a family-linked fraudster gang in Italy, editorial gatekeeping in action, editorial inaction at gatekeeping, boozy misconduct in elite lab, and finally, with the best Alzheimer’s cures money can buy.
Schneider Shorts 8.12.2022 – with a harassed nano-fabricator in France, growing pressure on Stanford president, a resigned dean of Weill Cornell, a resigned psychology editor, a Chilean cheater suspended for 2 months, Elon’s monkey torture, stolen fossils kerfuffle, Elisabeth Bik finds an Easter Egg, and as usual, scholarly publishers misbehaving.
Schneider Shorts 2.12.2022 – Stanford president’s fake science suddenly in the news, curcumin cheater in Michigan makes lab members apologise, Indian lab’s science proven reliable despite fake data, with lazy russian papermillers, a Japanese astronaut caught on research fraud, musical genes discovered, and the real papermill heroes established by The BMJ.
Schneider Shorts 25.11.2022 – how money trumps basic medical ethics for elite London universities, a Belgian failed scientist doing business in Korea, retractions overdue, forgiven or unavoided, plus horse racing, an Israeli image integrity software doing what it should, and a cool research integrity workshop in Liverpool.