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North Carolina State University's Stefan Franzen joined two other researchers at his institution in 2004 to investigate how to use RNA to help form metals, but now has been fighting for those colleagues to acknowledge that the research underpinning that work is flawed, the News and Observer's Joseph Neff reports in a multi-part series.

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