In some ways it’s hard to imagine that it was only just over 6 months ago that Nature published the two STAP papers by a collaborative team of Japanese and American researchers. It feels like years have gone by since […]
Dr. Yoshiki Sasai, former Deputy Director of the RIKEN CDB and a senior author on the STAP papers, has reportedly died from suicide. Update: The Japan Times writes on this situation that Sasai was found hanging at RIKEN and there […]
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As the STAP cell fiasco has evolved, there has been discussion of various possible resolutions or even penalties for those involved, both institutions and individuals. One of the most extreme and I believe way out of proportion potential outcomes suggested […]
What were people saying about STAP cells at the ISSCR 2014 meeting? It was a tale of two meetings when it came to STAP at ISSCR. Officially, bigwigs at the podiums only briefly mentioned it and they seemed to collectively […]