Intellectual Property and Life Sciences, Lecture by Steve Fodor / Affymetrix (2005)

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In this lecture, Steve Fodor talks on Entrepreneurship for Stanford University students on February 23, 2005. Steve Fodor, co-founder of Affymetrix, talks about the importance of continuing the scientific research within a company despite a perceived monopoly of the field. The most important thing is not intellectual property, but development of good products.

Intellectual Property and Life Sciences, Lecture by Steve Fodor / Affymetrix (2005)

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