OPERA reported in September 2011 that neutrinos generated at CERN in their laboratory in Switzerland were detected at Gran Sasso National Laboratory in Italy speeding the 730 kilometres distance between both labs 60 nanoseconds faster than light might travel such distance, contradicting the theory of relativity of Einstein. 
However OPERA became sceptical on behalf of their data. Opera used the GPS sigal to measure the travel time of the neutrinos during their experiment. Two problem are cited by OPERA which might have occurred: The passage of time on the clocks between the arrival of the synchronizing signal might have not been correctly interpolated. This is related to the oscillator used to produce the events time-stamps in between the GPS synchronizations. A second cited problem was a possible faulty connection of the optical fibre between the GPS signal and the OPERA master clock.
Other scientists had previously noted a 60 nanoseconds error resulting from such connection, and allerted OPERA Collaboration which annouced to repeat the experiment. Once again faulty data discredit science which looks to win the race of fame. The speed of neutrinos is also being verified at Fermilab in Batavia, Illinois, members of the MINOS collaboration (Main Injector Neutrino Oscillation Search).
Flaws and bias in food science literature are also very usual and divert from established teachings. More rigour in data compiling are necessary to avoid serious damage of trust on the veracity of scientific publications.
 Samuel Reich E: Flaws found in faster-than-light neutrino measurement. Nature 22 Feb 2012. Doi:10.1038/nature.2012.10099