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The frog genitalia that caused a chemical company to pursue a professor

05
Feb
2014

Professor Tyrone Hayes of the University of California, Berkeley, thinks he has been spied on by shadowy forces for 14 years because of his study of frog genitalia. Strangely, Professor Tyrone Hayes is right. Hayes work on the adverse effects herbicide atrazine can have on amphibious populations drew a reaction from the herbicides maker, Syngenta. The company, who originally paid for Hayes to study the effects of the chemical before his findings strained relations between the two parties, has engaged in a campaign to smear Hayes reputation. …

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