Top ten retractions of 2010, courtesy The Scientist. Here’s a gem:
Speaking of ORI investigations, we recommend reading about the case of Michael W. Miller, who faked data on his federal grant applications and had several papers retracted in 2012. This year, however, Miller bounced back, landing a job as, you guessed it, a consultant for grant applications! (He lost that gig after we called his employers to ask if they knew about his past.)
Glad someone wondered.
The Honorable Mention is a hoot.
The list was compiled by bookmarkable Retraction Watch.
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