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Fact Check – How can readers identify science misinformation? | Reuters

By Reuters Fact Check
February 3, 2022

Rapidly evolving situations, the time taken to accumulate evidence and the complexity of new developments are all factors that may lead to the emergence of science misinformation, scientists and analysts have told Reuters.

Misleading claims relating to scientific issues frequently feature in fact check articles produced by Reuters and others, with social media posts relating to the detection, spread and treatment of COVID-19 seeing continued prominence.

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Source: Fact Check – How can readers identify science misinformation? | Reuters

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