GMO hype based on retracted science, by GM Watch
The Seralini paper was retracted for invalid reasons, but plenty of other GM-related studies are being retracted for the right reasons.
It's clear that the Seralini paper should not have been retracted, according to the criteria laid down by the Committee on Publication Ethics (experimental error, researcher misconduct, fraud and plagiarism). But plenty of other GM-related studies are having to be retracted because they meet the COPE criteria.
Retracted papers include two by the public face of GMO science, Pam Ronald. Ronald now languishes in the scientific doldrums after a central aspect of her research was discredited.
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