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Stanford’s Marc Tessier-Lavigne and the messiness of modern science

21 July 2023

10:19 AM

21 July 2023

10:19 AM

The president of Stanford University, neuroscientist Marc Tessier-Lavigne, has resigned in the shadow of an investigation that revealed that some scientific papers he had overseen contained “manipulated data” or evidence of other kinds of scientific malpractice.

His resignation may well be warranted — but before he disappears into ignominy, it would be wise to consider the situation.

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