Comments Previously I reported on my site about the Indian nanotechnology researcher Prashant Sharmawhose collection of blatantly manipulated papers seems to grow daily on PubPeer. The article prompted two scientists from Sweden to contact me about a certain Sharma associate who was only briefly mentioned there:
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