- The summary: published a paper plagiarizing others' works takes 2.5 months… but it takes 10 months to issue a “correction”
- Ten months ago…
- — Julien Nicolas (@julnicolas)Fri, Mar 21 2014 08:56:39
- Then nothing… for 4 months
- — Julien Nicolas (@julnicolas)Fri, Jul 11 2014 13:50:09Rememb. my plagiarized paper? Ed says they'll publish a correction addressing txt overlay, tech issues and state-of-art distortion. #atlast
- Then more nothing… for 5 more months!
- — Julien Nicolas (@julnicolas)Tue, Jan 27 2015 11:17:12Remember my "plagiarized" papers? It's been more than 10 months since I have alerted the Journal Office. Yes, TEN MONTHS. cc @JMaterChem
- Until… a very gentle slap on the wrist:
- — Julien Nicolas (@julnicolas)Tue, Feb 10 2015 14:10:3810 mth later (!) Correction for the paper that took 2x "inspiration" from us is online http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2015/tb/c5tb90031j#!divAbstract … cc @ChemBark @RetractionWatch
- — Stuart Cantrill (@stuartcantrill)Tue, Feb 10 2015 14:54:26
- All the details of this impressive “use of text [and figures] without appropriate attribution” (note the highly euphemistic language used to avoid the P word):
- — Julien Nicolas (@julnicolas)Wed, Feb 11 2015 08:38:06I have spared you from false claims of priority, misleading citations and wrong calculations of course #PlagiarismAccident
- But what's even more curious is that the editorial board thinks it's unintentional…
- — Julien Nicolas (@julnicolas)Wed, Feb 11 2015 09:16:14BTW Deputy Editor said: "we don’t believe this was intentional given the initial response from the authors and our board member opinion"
- — FX Coudert (@fxcoudert)Wed, Feb 11 2015 09:45:05
The curious #PlagiarismAccident that @julnicolas experienced
Stepping into a world of parallel scientific writing… where copy-paste is key!
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