Monsanto’s use of corporate advisory firm FTI Consulting to target journalists and activists was one of the most neglected stories of 2020. But it’s pa…
CAREY GILLAM: DICHRON INTERVIEW
To improve reporting, MIT’s Knight Science Journalism Program should first improve themselves, then lead by example.
Does Nature Magazine’s financial ties to the Chinese government explain their tendentious approach to news?
Has Chinese financing influenced publishing by prominent medical and scientific journals? And why are science writers disinterested in following the mo…
Will the science media's favorite COVID disinformation pundits label Derrick Rossi as “anti-vax”?
Colin Butler picks apart contradictory statements in the science media, and asks why science writers ignore China's disinformation on virus research.
Quacking that everyone is a medical quack, David Gorski is America’s most famed debunker of pseudoscience and a clinical case study in 'argumentum ad a…
Professor Jacques van Helden questions why a top medical journal remains conflicted about financial conflicts of interests.
After The BMJ uncovered experts with corporate ties advising the U.S. and U.K. governments, Dr. Joel Lexchin points to similar problems in Canada.
Citizens pay Anastasia Bodnar’s salary to inform Secretary Tom Vilsack on public interest policy, yet she advocates for industry, once tweeting vinegar…
Exposure of corporate ties leads to acrimony among “independent” science communicators.