Process (or Not):
Why Large-Caps Fail to Innovate, and Start-Ups Innovate to Fail
October 28, 2012
Innovation is the life-blood of the life science tools industry, but too few people fully appreciate just how unlikely successful innovation really is, in large corporations and in small start-ups alike (albeit for precisely opposite reasons).
Calling Winners & Losers in the Stem Cell Gold Rush
October 24, 2012
It's axiomatic that, in any gold rush, it is the shopkeeper selling the picks and shovels – not the prospector – who has the best odds of striking it rich... provided he doesn't extend too much credit to the wrong prospectors.