Equal Opportunity Protection

by P.D. Lesko I NORMALLY DON’T like to write in response to anything published in the current issue of the magazine in which my column appears. However, Brian Caterino’s piece on Stanford’s Office of Learning and Technology got me thinking. In particular, I’m thinking about Professors Cohen and Boyer, the scientists whose patent brought in a cool $100,000,000 to Stanford. Of course, Drs. Cohen and Boyer earned quite a bit of money from said patent. However, it’s hard to look at the difference between a few million dollars and a hundred million dollars and be satisfied that these fellows weren’t […]
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