After a pair of investigations uncovered evidence of misconduct in his work, the French National Center for Scientific Research has suspended plant biologist Olivier Voinnet, Nature News reports. Voinnet is a senior scientist at CNRS, though he has been working at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich since 2010.

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