Are research retractions increasing because <strong>errors and misdeeds</strong> are more common, or because science is more scrutinized? Both. And the latter cures the former

Are research retractions increasing because errors and misdeeds are more common, or because science is more scrutinized? Both. And the latter cures the
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Are research retractions increasing because errors and misdeeds are more common, or because science is more scrutinized? Both. And the latter cures the former

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