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August 9th, 2010

LI prodigy: Prof crook stole work

Abstract:
Former child genius Alia Sabur of Long Island, who started college right after the fourth grade, is suing her graduate school for fraud and defamation, charging that her professor stole her research and sabotaged her Ph.D.

She claims Drexel University prof Yury Gogotsi co-opted her research in nanotechnology and applied for grants based on her work.

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