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September 4, 2023 Cover

Volume 101, Issue 29

New attacks on tenure have some faculty thinking that this academic tradition is in need of a face-lift

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Quote of the Week

“It’s in the interest of society to have clean science rather than polluted science.”

Bernhard Sabel, neuropsychologist, University of Magdeburg

  • One academic paper’s journey through the mill

    A look at how a third party sold authorships on a paper and got it published

  • Flawed chemistry papers can take more than a year to be retracted

    Many of the retractions in new study were for self-plagiarism

  • Ancient Egyptian embalming fluids suggest long-distance trade

    Scientists were surprised at the complexity of the chemicals used to preserve bodies for the afterlife