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Misconduct

Charles Lieber sues Harvard to recoup legal costs

Chemistry professor facing federal charges claims the university should cover the cost of his defense


Scripps agrees to pay $10 million to settle lawsuit over misspent NIH funds

‘Soft money’ policy led to improper charges, whistleblower alleged

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Water

Pipes could release toxic chromium into tap water

Scientists show how drinking water disinfectants react with corroded cast-iron pipes to generate hexavalent chromium