samzenpus from the snitches-get-stitches dept.
bmahersciwriter writes "Helene Hill thought she was close to retirement when, on a whim one day, she decided to check on a junior colleague's cell cultures. They were empty, she says, yet he produced data from them soon after. Blowing the whistle on what she thinks was research misconduct cost her 14 years and $200,000. See how she and other whistleblowers fared in this story from Nature."
We will have solar energy as soon as the utility companies solve one technical
problem -- how to run a sunbeam through a meter.