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  • NCSU professor vindicated in claim that colleagues built big research project on false foundation

    See video from a 2013 interview with NC State professor Stefan Franzen. Franzen became convinced that his colleagues knew early on that their research was flawed, and he was outraged when they refused to correct their misrepresentations. Legal threats and investigations ensued. An acrimonious battle raged in the arcane journals of research chemistry. He says university lawyers and administrators were more worried about controlling damage to N.C. State's reputation than about maintaining scientific standards and ethics.

See video from a 2013 interview with NC State professor Stefan Franzen. Franzen became convinced that his colleagues knew early on that their research was flawed, and he was outraged when they refused to correct their misrepresentations. Legal threats and investigations ensued. An acrimonious battle raged in the arcane journals of research chemistry. He says university lawyers and administrators were more worried about controlling damage to N.C. State's reputation than about maintaining scientific standards and ethics. Joe Neff jneff@newsobserver.com
See video from a 2013 interview with NC State professor Stefan Franzen. Franzen became convinced that his colleagues knew early on that their research was flawed, and he was outraged when they refused to correct their misrepresentations. Legal threats and investigations ensued. An acrimonious battle raged in the arcane journals of research chemistry. He says university lawyers and administrators were more worried about controlling damage to N.C. State's reputation than about maintaining scientific standards and ethics. Joe Neff jneff@newsobserver.com

Former NCSU scientists reprimanded, lose future funding over ‘misleading’ research

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