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More than 10,000 research papers were retracted in 2023 (www.nature.com)

The number of retractions issued for research articles in 2023 has passed 10,000 — smashing annual records — as publishers struggle to clean up a slew of sham papers and peer-review fraud. Among large research-producing nations, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Russia and China have the highest retraction rates over the past two...

Sorbonne University unsubscribes from the Web of Science (www.sorbonne-universite.fr)

Sorbonne University has been deeply committed to the promotion and the development of open science for many years. According to its commitment to open research information, it has decided to discontinue its subscription to the Web of Science publication database and Clarivate bibliometric tools in 2024. By resolutely abandoning...

Taylor Swift’s 1989 (Taylor’s Version): A Perfect Masterpiece | vibewithher (vibewithher.com)

We're here to explain why Taylor Swift's 1989 (Taylor's Version) is a masterpiece. This album has some of Swift's best songwriting to date and is the ideal fusion of pop, rock, and synthwave. You should listen to 1989 (Taylor's Version) if you enjoy pop music in general or Taylor Swift in particular.

Scientist, after decades of study, concludes: We don't have free will (phys.org)

Before epilepsy was understood to be a neurological condition, people believed it was caused by the moon, or by phlegm in the brain. They condemned seizures as evidence of witchcraft or demonic possession, and killed or castrated sufferers to prevent them from passing tainted blood to a new generation.

Unnatural evolutionary processes of SARS-CoV-2 variants and possibility of deliberate natural selection (zenodo.org)

As a result, we concluded that the formation of a part of Omicron isolates BA.1, BA.1.1, and BA.2 was not the product of genome evolution, as is commonly observed in nature, such as the accumulation of mutations and homologous recombinations. Furthermore, the study of 35 recombinant isolates of Omicron variants BA.1 and BA.2...

Revolutionary AI Insight: Can Speech Patterns Unmask Schizophrenia? (www.theinnovativehorizon.com)

Imagine yourself passing through a spacious library with books holding your lifetime experiences, thoughts, and memories on their pages. This repository is organised by a web of connections between each section, so no detail is missed. These are our “cognitive maps"—the structured internal representations of the...

Tired of aggressively amorous males? These female frogs play dead (www.science.org)

Spring is a dangerous time to be a female European common frog. After a winter-long hibernation, these amphibians congregate in shallow ponds to mate and lay eggs. The gatherings can turn ugly fast; male frogs, which vastly outnumber females, will regularly harass, intimidate, and coerce their counterparts into mating....

MIT's Innovative Implant with Built-In Oxygen Generation Set to Transform Diabetes Care (www.theinnovativehorizon.com)

Type 1 diabetes is particularly a serious disease and its management has been a journey fraught with various challenges. But MIT engineering announces a revolution in the treatment of diabetes which can be potentially transformative. This innovation is an implantable device, containing not only insulin-producing cells but also...

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