Paying Attention to Clare Francis | GenomeWeb

Over at Lab Times, Retraction Watch's Ivan Oransky and Adam Marcus say that Clare Francis has done a lot to help journal editors uncover fraud. Francis uses software that helps detect plagiarism, and sends findings on various papers to journal editors.

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