In early October, two scientists shared a software program that detects incorrect gene sequences in already published research experiments. Using the program, the duo identified experimental flaws in more than 60 papers within cancer research alone. Scientists Jennifer Byrne and Cyril Labbé combined their expertise in cancer-research and computer-science, to introduce the software “Seek & Blastn”. The program is presently at its trial phase, available online to fellow researchers for testing and improving it. The next step is to commercialize and propose the software to publishers and journal editors.