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After Facing Criticism, a Top Scientific Journal Says: No More 'But Look What Good He's Done'
The letters-to-the-editor section of Science, one of the world's top scientific journals, is taking a new stance on what arguments it will accept about those accused of sexual harassment.
Francisco Ayala Resigned After a University Inquiry Found Him Guilty of Sexual Harassment. But What Happened to the Federal Grants He Received?
What happens to taxpayer money when scientists are faced with accusations or findings of wrongdoing?