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  • Curcumin Will Waste Your Time

    I really enjoyed reading this article in J. Med. Chem. on curcumin. (Update: here’s the take over at Practical Fragments). That’s a well-known natur… Read More
  • Watson and Pfizer

    I have wondered several times around here about how (and if) IBM’s Watson platform is going to be able to help out with drug discovery, and it looks like… Read More
  • A Field Guide to Authorship Fraud

    Here’s a good overview at Nautilus of the various sorts of authorship fraud that takes place with scientific publications. The authors, Adam Marcus of Gas… Read More
  • Wholesale Clinical Data Fabrication

    Here’s a disturbing analysis of a long series of clinical trials conducted by Yoshihiro Sato and co-workers in Japan. As described in this article at Stat… Read More
  • Dupeless Needication

    Here are two papers have been going around on Twitter for a few days now. The first one is from a Hindawi title, “The Scientific World Journal”, fr… Read More
  • Pfizer Fires For Fakery

    Today’s second “bad behavior” story comes courtesy of Retraction Watch and Leonard Schneider’s For Better Science. Schneider has been t… Read More
  • Woodward’s Prose Style

    Organic chemists (and anyone who’s written or read a standard scientific paper) may be interested in this article about R. B. Woodward’s writing sty… Read More
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