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STAT+: Former MIT Professor Tried to Influence Investigation of Harassment at Lab, Report States

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Former Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor David Sabatini attempted to influence a legal investigation into complaints of gender bias and sexual harassment at his lab, according to what appears to be a copy of the investigation report, leaked online Wednesday. The report further found his denials were not credible. Portions of the report had been leaked earlier.

Officials at MIT and the Whitehead Institute did not immediately respond to inquiries about the leak and the accuracy of the document posted online.

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Marriage of Artificial Intelligence & Biology Spawns RNA-Targeting Startup Atomic AI

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Atomic AI combines artificial intelligence analysis with wet lab experiments to discover small molecules capable of drugging RNA. The startup, based on technology initially developed at Stanford, is backed by a $35 million Series A round of financing.

Source: medcitynews.com

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The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, Explained

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What happens if someone can’t perform their job in the same way because of pregnancy? Until now, they could be sent home without pay – essentially lose their job. But a new law aims to change that, by requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations for pregnant people. For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Sanofi CEO: We Don’t Have a Leaky Bathtub

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In a media briefing during the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco, Paul Hudson said unlike Sanofi, large pharma companies with top-selling drugs have a portfolio akin to a leaky bathtub because in a few years, they will have to replace much of that revenue as drug patents expire.

Original Post: medcitynews.com

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