Former NCSU scientists, from left, Bruce Eaton, Dan Feldheim and Lina Gugliotti, who were reprimanded and cut off from funding access by the National Science Foundation in Sept. 2015 over misleading research.
Former NCSU scientists, from left, Bruce Eaton, Dan Feldheim and Lina Gugliotti, who were reprimanded and cut off from funding access by the National Science Foundation in Sept. 2015 over misleading research.
Former NCSU scientists, from left, Bruce Eaton, Dan Feldheim and Lina Gugliotti, who were reprimanded and cut off from funding access by the National Science Foundation in Sept. 2015 over misleading research.

Former NCSU professor says he’ll get by without funding from National Science Foundation

January 14, 2016 11:52 AM

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