Issue Date: December 4, 2006
It's a frustrating reality in chemistry and other disciplines that hard and thorough scientific work sometimes cannot be reproduced, for a variety of reasons. When that happens, months or years of effort behind exciting results can be negated.
And if irreproducible results have been published, the tangle of working with other labs and reworking experiments to try to find out what has gone wrong and why can mean even more time and effort spent in . . .
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