Congress and the media hailed the case of a whistle-blower at M.I.T. who brought down a Nobel Prize-winning biologist and his colleague. But what if they were wrong? New Yorker magazine investigates charges surrounding biologists, Imanishi-Kari and David Baltimore, and the fabrication of scientific experiments presented by Imanish-Kari. New evidence now suggests Imanish-Kari may not have falsified her data and Baltimore may have been justifiably stripped of a post as president of Rockefeller University for supporting Imanishi-Kari.
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