Retraction Watch database

Retraction watch

Article retractions are an important part of correcting and straightening up of the scientific record.

The Retraction Watch has been following retractions for some time now and has recently launched The Retraction Watch Database which currently contains more than 18000 of them. In case you ever need to check up an author, journal, publisher …..

Along with their partners at Science Magazine, they have developed a package of stories and inforgraphics where you’ll learn about trends and other tidbits such as which countries have the highest retraction rates.

And if you find a retraction that’s not yet in their database, Retraction Watch encourages peoople to let them know by submitting it here.