In DepthSCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY See allHide authors and affiliations Science 04 Oct 2019:Vol. 366, Issue 6461, pp. 20-21DOI: 10.1126/science.366.6461.20 SummaryA 2014 Biology Letters paper showing that lionfish use their fins to signal they want to go on a collective hunt has come under suspicion after a whistleblower raised questions about it.
A correction posted on the Biology Letters website says this collage provides evidence of the number of lionfish used in an experiment in an Australian lab. O. Lönnstedt et al., Biology Letters 10, 10.1098 CC-BY 4.0 By Martin EnserinkSep. 25, 2019 , 5:10 PM How many fish really appear in the photo collage above?
On a cold, gray morning earlier this year, Ermilio Sucasaire, a gold miner, sat in a white plastic chair with a stack of papers and a pen in his hand. His inquisitive eyes scanned a large room where a group of scientists were performing tests on his colleagues. One fellow miner rode a bicycle, panting heavily, electrodes attached to his chest. Read Full Article » Show comments Hide Comments