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So They Say

So They Say "The idea that Martha Stewart is part of a biotech story [ImClone] is somewhere between incomprehensible and galling." --Carl Feldbaum, president, Biotechnology Industry Organization. From The Scientist. "Everything that anyone publishes about the origin of the dog is controversial. That's because everyone, even the man on the street, feels he is an expert on the dog." --I. Lehr Brisbin, wildlife ecologist, University of Georgia, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory. From Scie

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So They Say


"The idea that Martha Stewart is part of a biotech story [ImClone] is somewhere between incomprehensible and galling."

--Carl Feldbaum, president, Biotechnology Industry Organization. From The Scientist.

"Everything that anyone publishes about the origin of the dog is controversial. That's because everyone, even the man on the street, feels he is an expert on the dog."

--I. Lehr Brisbin, wildlife ecologist, University of Georgia, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory. From Science.

"I'm looking forward to moving biology from the vacuum tube era to the very large-scale integrated-chips era. I want to end the tyranny of pipetting."

--Stephen R. Quake, associate professor of applied physics, California Institute of Technology, on a new microfluidics technology. From The New York Times.

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