The Great Gene Grab
Will the frenzy of gene patenting drive innovation-or stifle medical advances?
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Roll over, Tom Edison. Drawing on new semiconductor technology, muscular offshoots of those dainty colored dots could shine bright white light that illuminates the world.
Drug development cannot thrive without them, argues the CEO of Human Genome Sciences
Fierce competition, radical expansion, a dubious funding model and maybe even a new director spell the end of an era. Can a trailblazing enterprise survive and thrive?
Here are five ways to achieve balance between public and private access to the human genome.
Handheld devices are taking computers from personal to intimate. A new generation of wireless network is coming that could keep everyone connected all the time.
Revisionist history says RCA, but in truth it was a Mormon farm boy named Farnsworth. His struggles presaged the battle between Bill Gates and Netscape.
Tom Leighton has the formula for going from MIT math professor to Internet gazillionaire.
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September 23-25, 2014