Retraction Watch Revisited

Friday, July 05, 2013

Transcript

Ivan Oransky is a doctor and journalist and founder, along with Adam Marcus, of a blog called Retraction Watch. The site monitors scientific journals and investigates why articles were retracted. Brooke talks with Oransky, who says that since he and Marcus started the site in 2010 retractions have become more and more frequent.

 

Guests:

Ivan Oransky

Hosted by:

Brooke Gladstone

Comments [2]

Chavah from Chicago

Please tell me that beautiful metaphor for plagiarism you used on NRR on July 7, WBEZ. It was "(________) overlap".

Jul. 07 2013 01:44 PM
Listening Carefully from manhattan

This whole program, as almost all, is very worthwhile and I'm busily forwarding it around. Brooke's normal charm seems a little forced, though. Not necessary. Thanks for the great work.

Jul. 07 2013 10:34 AM

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