The new HHS unit resists pressure to reveal the names of the biomedical scientists it has found guilty of wrongdoing
The issue of scientific misconduct is a contentious topic within the scientific community and in Congress. The debate has featured a long-running battle among the National Institutes of Health, Massachusetts Institute of Technology molecular biologist David Baltimore, and Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.) over an investigation into allegations of improprieties in a 1986 Cell paper on antibody expression coauthored by Baltimore. Last August the Department of Health...
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