ALL-CONSUMING: Exonerated researcher Herbert Needleman reports having had "no original ideas" while his case was pending.
Those eventually cleared of misconduct charges say the system is too eager to presume them guilty.
The 1996 ORI report, "Survey of Accused but Exonerated Individuals in Research Misconduct Cases,'' reveals that three out...
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