Mine! No, Mine!

When a postdoc and a PI disagree on when to publish their data, who has the final say? Usually, it's the PI — but in two recent cases, says BioTechniques' David Pittman, the postdocs published data without their PIs' consent. In one case, Purdue University postdoc Jiasheng Diao was working in the lab of X-ray crystallographer Miriam Hasson.

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