Tuesday, May 4, 2021

"After enduring years of sexual harassment, two members of biochemist Gianluigi Veglia’s lab filed complaints with the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Investigators corroborated their accounts and recommended that Veglia be fired. University administrators decided to impose lesser sanctions instead. The university kept the decision quiet until a Minneapolis newspaper revealed details."

 The story has emerged again in Chemistry and Engineering News, prompting a backlash and a petition calling for harsher discipline.

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