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 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.
Schneider Shorts 5.08.2022 – russia’s useful idiots, Dr Oz’ emails to Dr Birx about Dr Raoult, with Harvard’s undead pigs, Weizmann’s artificial baby mice, Neanderthals trapped in the metaphase, four humours of depression, punished fraudsters, papermills, retractions, and new cures for cancer and obesity.
Schneider Shorts 22.07.2022 – Racist’s talk cancelled in Vienna, Polish plant scientist sees career cancelled, grand old cancer fraudster sacrifices two lambs, Spiderman to focus on fiction full-time, with aspiring Greek cheaters, sexy sockpuppets, Ayurveda for diabetes, proof that birds aren’t real and US Congress celebrating the real papermill heroes.
Schneider Shorts 15.07.2022 – COVID-19 cured with hyperbaric bullshit, Chinese human rights shop closes in Amsterdam, how to control aggression, with Germany’s Green talent, whistleblowers honoured, viruses and bacteria, and France’s genius way to swear off research fraud.
Schneider Shorts of 18.02.2022 – fraudster psychologist rehabilitated in Dresden, American dark money conspiracy behind oleandrin, tech billionaire Musk pays to torture monkeys, faecal horoscopes in MDPI, how to join a citation ring, another coffee, and how Putin hides from germs in a pandemic bubble.