Relevant publications by NanoBubbles team members

  • Bordignon, F., Maisonobe, M. (2022). Researchers and their data. A study based on the use of the word data in scholarly articles. Quantitative Science Studies, pp.1-27.
  • Bordignon, F. (2020). Self-correction of science: a comparative study of negative citations and post-publication peer review. Scientometrics, 124(2), 1225‑1239.
  • Bordignon, F. (2022). Critical citations in knowledge construction and citation analysis: from paradox to definition. Scientometrics.
  • Bordignon, F., Ermakova, L., & Noel, M. (2021). Over‐promotion and caution in abstracts of preprints during the COVID‐19 crisis. Learned Publishing, leap.1411.
  • Byrne, J. A., Park, Y., West, R. A., Capes-Davis, A., Favier, B., Cabanac, G., & Labbé, C. (2021). The thin ret(raction) line: biomedical journal responses to incorrect non-targeting nucleotide sequence reagents in human gene knockdown publications. Scientometrics, 126(4), 3513‑3534.
  • Cabanac, G. (2014). Extracting and quantifying eponyms in full-text articles. Scientometrics, 98(3), 1631‑1645.
  • Cabanac, G. (2015). On the dead link issue in academic papers. Learned Publishing, 28(4), 326‑326.
  • Cabanac, G. (2016). Bibliogifts in LibGen? A study of a text-sharing platform driven by biblioleaks and crowdsourcing. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67(4), 874‑884.
  • Cabanac, G. (2021). This digital-hygiene routine will protect your scholarship. Nature, 598(7882), 541‑541.
  • Cabanac, G., Chevalier, M., Chrisment, C., & Julien, C. (2010). Social validation of collective annotations: Definition and experiment. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(2), 271‑287.
  • Cabanac, G., & Labbé, C. (2021). Prevalence of nonsensical algorithmically generated papers in the scientific literature. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 72(12), 1461‑1476.
  • Cabanac, G., Labbé, C., & Magazinov, A. (2021). Tortured phrases: A dubious writing style emerging in science. Evidence of critical issues affecting established journals. arXiv:2107.06751 [cs].
  • Cabanac, G., Labbé, C., & Magazinov, A. (2022, janvier 13). « Bosom peril » is not « breast cancer »: How weird computer-generated phrases help researchers find scientific publishing fraud. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
  • Cabanac, G., Oikonomidi, T., & Boutron, I. (2021). Day-to-day discovery of preprint–publication links. Scientometrics, 126(6), 5285‑5304.
  • Czarnek, M., Mason, D., Haimovich, G., Puntes, V. F., Bergese, P., Bereta, J., & Levy, R. (2018). Re-Evaluating the Spherical-Nucleic-Acid Technology. ChemRxiv.
  • Erden, Y. J. (2013). Ethics, Communication, and Safety in the Use of PNFP. In C. Silvestre & S. Cimmino (Éds.), Ecosustainable polymer nanomaterials for food packaging: innovative solutions, characterization needs, safety and environmental issues.
  • Frommholz, I., Cabanac, G., Mayr, P., & Verberne, S. (2021). Report on the 11th bibliometric-enhanced information retrieval workshop (BIR 2021). ACM SIGIR Forum, 55(1), 11:1–11:9.
  • Labbé, C., Cabanac, G., West, R. A., Gautier, T., Favier, B., & Byrne, J. A. (2020). Flagging incorrect nucleotide sequence reagents in biomedical papers: To what extent does the leading publication format impede automatic error detection? Scientometrics, 124(2), 1139‑1156.
  • Labbé, C., Grima, N., Gautier, T., Favier, B., & Byrne, J. A. (2019). Semi-automated fact-checking of nucleotide sequence reagents in biomedical research publications: The Seek & Blastn tool. PLOS ONE, 14(3), e0213266.
  • Labbé, C., & Labbé, D. (2013). Duplicate and fake publications in the scientific literature: how many SCIgen papers in computer science? Scientometrics, 94(1), 379‑396.
  • Lévy, R. (2017). Trois petites (nano) controverses et leurs morales. médecine/sciences, 33(8‑9), 797‑800.
  • Lévy, R., & Erden, Y. J. (2020). The long life of unicorns. Precision Nanomedicine.
  • Oikonomidi, T., Boutron, I., Pierre, O., Cabanac, G., Ravaud, P., & the COVID-19 NMA Consortium. (2020). Changes in evidence for studies assessing interventions for COVID-19 reported in preprints: meta-research study. BMC Medicine, 18(1), 402.
  • Park, Y., West, R. A., Pathmendra, P., Favier, B., Stoeger, T., Capes-Davis, A., Cabanac, G., Labbé, C., & Byrne, J. A. (2022). Identification of human gene research articles with wrongly identified nucleotide sequences. Life Science Alliance, 5(4), e202101203.
  • Stammers, T., Hunt, G., & Erden, Y. J. (2013). The promise and challenges of nanovaccines and the question of global equity. Nanotechnology Perceptions, 9(1), 16‑27.
  • Toure, Z., Halffman, W., & Lévy, R. (2021, décembre). Collectively establishing more solid foundations for bionanoscience by annotating and replicating the scientific literature. SF Nano 2021, 7th annual congress of the French Society for Nanomedicine, Angers, France.
  • Weissgerber, T., Riedel, N., Kilicoglu, H., Labbé, C., Eckmann, P., ter Riet, G., Byrne, J., Cabanac, G., Capes-Davis, A., Favier, B., Saladi, S., Grabitz, P., Bannach-Brown, A., Schulz, R., McCann, S., Bernard, R., & Bandrowski, A. (2021). Automated screening of COVID-19 preprints: can we help authors to improve transparency and reproducibility? Nature Medicine, 27(1), 6‑7. 

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