Charge against brain scientist Milena Penkowa was dropped due to a time limit. Not due to the substance of the document fraud allegations, says University of Copenhagen. More details emerge
Committee concludes that brain scientist Milena Penkowa is guilty of scientific misconduct. There were too few experimental mice, and methods she used for counting cells were deficient.
Embattled brain scientist threatens University of Copenhagen with court if it cancels her PhD and doctorate
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International investigators cast suspicion on 15 papers of Milena Penkowa, but praise other parts of her work and career. University of Copenhagen warns that she could lose her Doctorate and PhD
The Danish Committees on Scientific Misconduct have put forth their assessment of the first two Milena Penkowa cases. Their judgement is clear - Penkowa is found guilty of using false and misleading data, reports Weekendsavisen today
More details have emerged surrounding the sudden appearance of scientific samples in the Milena Penkowa fraud case. Faculty director admits to minor mistakes: It was the Faculty that delayed. And Penkowa's name was, in fact, on the freezer
Arnold Boon, Director of the Faculty of Health Sciences, maintains that Milena Penkowa's research materials have been registered and stored carefully: This is after a freezer belonging to the fraud-accused brain scientist suddenly emerged