Six Degrees of Scientific Misconduct | GenomeWeb

By now, the news of Marc Hauser's fall from grace has made the rounds of the scientific community. That such a high-profile and prolific researcher was caught allegedly fabricating data has rocked not only Hauser's field of study, but the whole scientific community.

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