Monthly Archives: January 2012

Are Mendel’s laws of genetics based on falsified data?

Image from Google Doodle, celebrating Mendel’s 189th birthday. You may have first heard about Gregor Mendel back in high school biology class when you had genetic classes. Mendel, who was an Augustinian monk wrote a paper in 1866 that laid … Continue reading

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The year in review: the 2011 top 10 cases involving misconduct in science

Top 10 lists are ubiquitous this time of year. The media loves to compile lists and we love to read them. One can find lists to please all the tastes, ranging from popular subjects including; top 10 movies, top 10 … Continue reading

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