Stanford ‘Star Chamber’ restricted early COVID research to protect profit opportunity: professor

(Greg Piper – Just the News) Stanford University rewarded recently resigned President Marc Tessier-Lavigne with further research opportunities and tenure after belatedly finding that labs he had run for over two decades, including ones at Stanford, had an “unusual frequency of manipulation of research data.”

The elite Silicon Valley university allegedly took a drastically different approach, however, when medical professor Jay Bhattacharya threatened government narratives and Stanford’s bottom line by setting out to determine how far SARS-CoV-2 had spread locally in spring 2020.

In an explosive essay Tuesday, Bhattacharya alleged that Stanford subjected his COVID-19 research team to a “Star Chamber” that spurned the university’s “norms of research oversight” and violated their academic freedom. View article →



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