STANFORD, California (AP) — Two government biologists heavily recruited by Stanford University have decided to work in Singapore instead, saying they will face fewer restrictions on stem cell research overseas.
Neal Copeland and Nancy Jenkins, geneticists for the National Cancer Institute in Frederick, Maryland said they were concerned about delays in the allocation of $3 billion set aside by a California ballot measure approved in 2004.
Think this is going to be a theme? Americans and our government are so cynical or fearful of science that we’re going to drive out all of our brightest people.
Gee, sound familiar?