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If it's not rare and it's not common, what is it?

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Stefanie Ploof
CIT Client Services
CALS Information Technology Office
University of Vermont, Burlington

On Fri, 10 Mar 2006, Steve Cavrak wrote:

> On another front ... the tomorrow's professor's blog has a posting
> from the Editor-in-Chief of Science Magazine ...
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> 705. SCIENTIFIC FRAUD - NOT NEW, NOT RARE, BUT ALSO NOT
> March 10, 2006
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> No journal has an infallible mechanism for detecting scientific
> fraud, according to Science editor-in-chief and Stanford University
> president, emeritus, Donald Kennedy, PhD. "Scientific fraud is not
> new and is not rare," he said during his talk at a stem cell
> symposium held Jan. 20. "Luckily it's not common either."
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> http://amps-tools.mit.edu/tomprofblog/