So, the most anticipated article to appear in Harvard Theological Review since, well, ever (so far as the general public is concerned) is delayed until further testing is completed. Be forewarned: this round of testing may not resolve the controversy. Harvard and the owner of the fragment are contracting out facilities to test the fragment. Scholars will likely demand a testing facility is chosen by someone outside of the university or the owner if the results come back positive. Not an unreasonable response given the questionable history of the fragment.
I would imagine there is anxiety for both Karen King and Harvard University. Reputations are on the line and academia does not forget monumental errors.