Written by experienced science journalists and field experts, the Retraction Watch blog has reported on retractions of scientific papers for over eight years. As a complement to their blog, the authors have launched a searchable database of more than 18,000 retractions along with a package of stories and infographics about retraction trends. The database is updated daily and is, like Retraction Watch, completely free to use. A handy user guide has also been developed, it’s a recommended read prior to searching the database.
- Thanksgiving and Family Health History
- PubMed 2.0