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Top chemist suspended by Royal Society of Chemistry

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Lee Cronin found to have breached learned society’s code of conduct by disciplinary committee

A top chemistry researcher has been temporarily suspended from the Royal Society of Chemistry after he was found to have breached the learned society’s code of conduct.

Lee Cronin (pictured), the University of Glasgow’s regius chair of chemistry, was suspended for three months by the society, following a complaint, the RSC announced in Update, its monthly newsletter for members.

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