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    • Dr. David Carpenter, a long tenured professor and the founding Dean of the University at Albany’s School of Public Health, had been forbidden from teaching and barred from coming to campus by university administrators on the grounds that he was the subject of an ongoing investigation. Dr. Carpenter and PEER were concerned that the ongoing investigation was prompted by information requests by a law firm acting on behalf of a chemical company, Monsanto, now owned by Bayer. Dr. Carpenter’s longtime... Read More » VIEW MORE VIDEOS »

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