Publishing science: A chronic problem


I write this article in the midst of a controversy among Spanish scientists regarding an alleged fraud in the works of one of them. If the accusations were true, published works, allegedly manipulated, passed the most rigorous scientific excellence tests for years. Fraud and plagiarism in science deserve another reading as well: if in this day and age we see counterfeit euros, handbags, drugs, electronic components... Why not scientific works?

Javier Tejada Palacios. Full Professor of Fundamental Physics of the University of Barcelona (Spain).

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