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 19.08.2022 – a Colossal wanker goes Oz, a whistleblower sues MIT over agro-fraud, another sacked whistleblower to be deported, a grape industry shill with nutrition advice, an editor guides Aneurus through proper channels, papermills invade even preprints, with camel dung, a PhD in masturbation, and secret self-assembling graphene nano-antennas in mRNA vaccines!
Schneider Shorts 4.02.2022 – great men of science under attack wherever one looks, British doctors had fun with coronavirus, plus saving the climate with Arctic Elephants, saving billionaires from old age, and why saving a violent gormless crook is an ungrateful task.
Schneider Shorts 17.09.2021: Claudio Hetz and Arati Ramesh without intent to commit fraud, a competition of stupidity – featuring Tel Aviv University, French Minister for Research, entire pharma giant Sanofi, and everyone following a certain Church, and finally: can one punch a bearded guy wearing glasses (asking for a friend)?
Schneider Shorts 2.07.2021: fraudulent COVID-19 quackery gets learned society approval, China colonizes Mars, CNRS explains the difference between plagiarism and “unacknowledged borrowings”, with Botox against depression from Germany, Nasal Telomere Extension from Harvard and Eugenics Superhero Vaccines from Stanford, and Smut Clyde slandering Ukrainians behind my back.
First gene-edited human babies were allegedly born, two twin girls. Jiankui He, associate professor at the South University of Science and Technology of China claimed to have used CRISPR gene editing technology, in a registered clinical trial, to make babies resistant to HIV. Did this really happen? In any case, everyone now takes distance to He.