Dr. Klug: Explaining how his lab and employees are paid through research grants
Dr. Klug: "The big question is to find out how the brain processes information" he explains he is trying to investigate "how can you understand the speaker you're interested in while there are all kinds of distracted noises."
Dr. Klug: Says defendant would have been quickly introduced to experiments involving rodents, eventually was able to do the work on his own.
Dr. Klug: Confirms he also taught the Systems Neuroscience class, a 3x week class, that the defendant was in
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Dr. Klug: "he was generally very quiet" he says about defendant, even though it was a small class. "He was one of the students who would mostly only talk when he was asked a question." Adds that he was "quite good in the class"
Dr. Klug: Gave the defendant an A in the class
Dr. Klug says he also used the "green, yellow, red" evaluation system during the defendant's admission interview. Yellow means intermediate score. Defendant scored yellow in 2 categories related to time management. Did not get any red scores.
Dr. Klug is reviewing emails between himself and the defendant.
Dr. Klug agrees that the defendant was nice and communicated professionally, never saw him react angrily.
Defense shows Dr. Klug a PowerPoint presentation done by the defendant, after Dr. Klug mentioned some of his presentations contained inappropriate or odd jokes.
Dr. Klug: One slide had a word written on it that was not a real a German word, but he took it to mean "misheard."
Dr. Klug says he doesn't mind humor in presentations, but the defendant's were out of context. One slide had "Jimmy answer me please" on it.