Clarification

{WantNoCacheVal} TI : Clarification PG : 15 A photograph accompanying the article "Ag Biotech Firms Lag In Regaining Investors' Favor" (R. Finn, The Scientist, Sept. 18, 1995, page 1) carried an incorrect caption. The caption to the photo, of Robert Fraley, president of Ceregen, a crop chemical and biotechnology unit of St. Louis-based Monsanto Co., should have said that Fraley is "bullish on the longer term." In the table headlined "Highly Referenced Scientists" accompanying the article "Specul

The Scientist Staff
Oct 29, 1995
{WantNoCacheVal} TI : Clarification PG : 15 A photograph accompanying the article "Ag Biotech Firms Lag In Regaining Investors' Favor" (R. Finn, The Scientist, Sept. 18, 1995, page 1) carried an incorrect caption. The caption to the photo, of Robert Fraley, president of Ceregen, a crop chemical and biotechnology unit of St. Louis-based Monsanto Co., should have said that Fraley is "bullish on the longer term." In the table headlined "Highly Referenced Scientists" accompanying the article "Speculation In The Biomedical Community Abounds Over Likely Candidates For Nobel" (N. Sankaran, The Scientist, Oct. 2, 1995, page 1), Timothy A. Springer was misidentified. The Scientist, Vol:9, #21, p.15, October 30, 1995 (Copyright The Scientist Inc.)

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