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 18.11.2022 – a Spanish university hunts “Nazis”, Indian elites flock to a scamference, publishers embracing fraud, WHO embracing papermills, the fall of COPE, with a Dutch sexual harasser, Saudi and Egyptian data forgers, other science elites in a race to the bottom, and a diet advice to eat sand.
Schneider Shorts 2.09.2022 – a papermill hero from Magdeburg arrives to save science, a blonde WomenInSTEM hero sues SUNY for discrimination, a dead OA hero resurrected as Frontiers editor, with retractions post-mortem and pre-sacking, amazing science on Alzheimer’s, tea drinking, TCM and smelly foreigners, and with unknown unknowns of your conflicts of interests.
Schneider Shorts 12.08.2022 – marine ecology whistleblowers topple another cheater, a French plagiarist’s newest prank, with greedy gits of UCL lying and taunting, a doctor in California selling long covid cure, a doctor in Spain selling ozone quackery for everything, Israeli Scientists selling anti-Alzheimer’s supplement, Ukrainians debunk American young blood pseudoscience, and Smut Clyde officially out of the closet.
Schneider Shorts 8.07.2022 – why Schneider can never be a proper investigative journo like certain others, why white doctors are protected in UK, plus rascists in space, Ferrara bully still free from retractions, a hangover pill, various papermills, and a Wake Forest regmed genius taking the piss.
Schneider Shorts of 10.06.2022 – why eugenics science is innocent, with a job opening for a medical school dean, a Turkish biomedical con artist charged with murder, a Herbalife shill whitewashed, a supplement scammer celebrated by CNN, plus a proxalutamide retraction, German Alzheimer’s cure, and Peter Wilmshurst vs Big Pharma to reassure you that science is first and foremost a business.
The 2008 Lancet paper of Paolo Macchiarini and Martin Birchall about the world first trachea transplant might end up retracted. Until recently, the journal’s editor Richard Horton used to ignore and suppress “non peer-reviewed” evidence, but due to combined pressure of activism, media and politics, things started to move.