The Science of Retractions

” …my point is that, at least to the best of my recollection, I don’t recall seeing a retraction of a study published in a well-regarded, peer reviewed, scientific journal. Hence, not much retraction action.
Until now.
And now that I’ve seen this odd creature in the wild, I want more —
because it is AWESOME.”

RANDOM AUDIO: I Am Way More Obsessed with HPAI than you are

Influenza, in all its forms, is the master of mutation, making it irresistible to a “bug” junkie like me. So when the 2014-2015 outbreak swept across the country, mutating as … Continue reading RANDOM AUDIO: I Am Way More Obsessed with HPAI than you are