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The Office of Research Integrity is taking action against a Columbia University researcher who's accused of 21 instances of scientific misconduct, reports Writedit at Medical Writing, Editing & Grantsmanship. Based on the findings of a Columbia investigation and internal analysis, the ORI has found that Bengu Sezen, a former grad student in the university's chemistry department, engaged in misconduct in federally funded research.

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