The University of Kansas, which has seen one of its associate professors Feng “Franklin” Tao indicted on federal fraud charges that he failed to disclose ties to a Chinese university while doing research funded by the US government. Photo: Alamy The University of Kansas, which has seen one of its associate professors Feng “Franklin” Tao indicted on federal fraud charges that he failed to disclose ties to a Chinese university while doing research funded by the US government. Photo: Alamy
The University of Kansas, which has seen one of its associate professors Feng “Franklin” Tao indicted on federal fraud charges that he failed to disclose ties to a Chinese university while doing research funded by the US government. Photo: Alamy

US pharmaceutical chiefs and scientists back Chinese researchers living in ‘climate of fear’

  • ‘Recent actions’ by government agencies and universities prompt open letter of support from 150 industry leaders
  • Chinese and Chinese-American scientists targets of suspicion and scrutiny

Topic |   US-China tech war
The University of Kansas, which has seen one of its associate professors Feng “Franklin” Tao indicted on federal fraud charges that he failed to disclose ties to a Chinese university while doing research funded by the US government. Photo: Alamy The University of Kansas, which has seen one of its associate professors Feng “Franklin” Tao indicted on federal fraud charges that he failed to disclose ties to a Chinese university while doing research funded by the US government. Photo: Alamy
The University of Kansas, which has seen one of its associate professors Feng “Franklin” Tao indicted on federal fraud charges that he failed to disclose ties to a Chinese university while doing research funded by the US government. Photo: Alamy
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