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re: University R&D spending for engineering jumps
chipmonk0   11/30/2012 6:58:45 PM
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life sciences can manipulate our desire for eternal life and keep grabbing the lions share of R&D funds while failing to deliver. When it comes to Engineering very few have come to that level of manipulation. Perhaps Steve Jobs is the only one who cracked the code

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sprite0022   11/30/2012 12:55:03 AM
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they can clone you now, isn't it good enough?

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any1   11/29/2012 10:13:01 PM
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I keep waiting for all of this research money spent in life sciences to start generating more innovation. By now I thought we would see the equivalent of the information age erupt in bioscience. It seems like we are always on the cusp of disruptive break throughs that never quite happen.

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Thomas Chongruk   11/29/2012 9:50:50 PM
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We need good research & development to build the next generation of products to serve the consumers. While the bottom line is always crucial, there are sometimes necessary costs that take more than a 3-month cycle to generate returns.



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