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Sorensen Lab spearheads shortened synthesis of molecule with promising potential for cancer treatment

Dr. Erik Sorenson and John Hoskin, researchers at the Sorenson Lab, published a paper detailing their original procedure to streamline the synthesis of pleurotin, a complex molecule with potential applications as an antibiotic or tumor-inhibiting drug.

Dr. Erik Sorenson and John Hoskin, researchers at the Sorenson Lab, published a paper detailing their original procedure to streamline the synthesis of pleurotin, a complex molecule with potential applications as an antibiotic or tumor-inhibiting drug.


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Princeton professor Kevin Kruse accused of plagiarism in Cornell dissertation, ‘surprised’ by lack of citation

Economic historian Phillip Magness alleges that Kruse plagiarized sections of works from Georgia Institute of Technology Professor Emeritus Ronald H. Bayor and Thomas Sugrue, a historian and Julius Silver Professor at New York University in his doctoral dissertation at Cornell University and his subsequent book “One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America.”

Economic historian Phillip Magness alleges that Kruse plagiarized sections of works from Georgia Institute of Technology Professor Emeritus Ronald H. Bayor and Thomas Sugrue, a historian and Julius Silver Professor at New York University in his doctoral dissertation at Cornell University and his subsequent book “One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America.”


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Architecture professor fired last year blames ‘cancel culture’ as Princeton cites ‘neglect of duty’

On July 19, 2021, an eight-year saga came to a climax when Alejandro Zaera-Polo was terminated from the Princeton faculty. In the time since, the former dean of the School of Architecture has framed the story of his dismissal as a tale of “identity politics,” “academic authority,” and “codes of silence.” University administrators see it differently: The professor repeatedly failed to comply with policies, they say, and “damaged the educational interests” of students.

On July 19, 2021, an eight-year saga came to a climax when Alejandro Zaera-Polo was terminated from the Princeton faculty. In the time since, the former dean of the School of Architecture has framed the story of his dismissal as a tale of “identity politics,” “academic authority,” and “codes of silence.” University administrators see it differently: The professor repeatedly failed to comply with policies, they say, and “damaged the educational interests” of students.


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