To Err is Human. To Really Screw Up, You Need a Computer

Computers have been scientific workhorses since the Army's ENIAC prototype computer made calculations for the Manhattan Project in World War II. But today, reliance on computers has turned into dependence on programs like Excel. But a few recent speed bumps illustrate computer concerns for scientists: In July, the editors of the Journal of Cell Biology cautioned researchers against misuse of the popular photo-manipulation program Photoshop to clean up images, a practice that can cross...

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