Constant facts of all scientific endeavors – Nature always wins. The truth will come out.
An absorbing article last month in The Scientist called The A@#hole Scientist wondered if scientists... Read more »
What happens when a biotech company disappears? We think that the Web remembers everything. Do a search on Wikipedia for Immunex and you get Amgen, with little mention of Immunex at... Read more »
We have many problems in biotechnology but I think Seattle is well positioned to overcome those barriers. Bear with me as I work to one possible approach.
I think there are... Read more »
I lived in Houston when the Oil Bust hit in the 1980s. With it came crushing unemployment. Yet Houston led the nation for the next several years in new business start-ups.... Read more »
And so we embark on a new era of healthcare—one that may take many years to fully reach its potential for good or ill. But there are two small bits in... Read more »
The most incredible things happen when scientists with a common interest have an opportunity to simply talk with one another. On a bone-chilling December night, 50 Seattle researchers from more than... Read more »
Is it still possible to have a long, successful career doing research at a biotech company in the Seattle area? A young scientist today has only a slim chance of working... Read more »