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Retraction Notices are Increasing in Scientific Journals!

This editorial begins with sighting an example of an editorial published in Nature Medicine in 2009. The title “The insider’s guide to plagiarism” has explored the possible causes of scientific fraud. Thus, deserves a special attention in science in modern time. The paper discussed that reduced research budgets are likely the key factors affecting research. The issue is supposed to be more critical for the struggling scientists who are unable to secure a share out of the allocated budget [1]. Recently, another paper highlighted the trend of claiming credit for work that is not one’s own in various academic institutions worldwide [2]. “An analysis is presented, that showed the effects that may arise from metrics-based assessments of research when credit for an author’s outputs (chiefly publication) is given to an institution that did not support the research but which subsequently employs the author” says the paper [2]. An article [3] entitled “The trouble with retractions” has emphasized that, “a surge in withdrawn papers clearly highlighting weaknesses in the system for handling them”. The paper further reports that, “In the early 2000s, only about 30 retraction notices appeared annually. This year, the web of science is on track to index more than 400……..”

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