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Where do business and science best meet?, asks David Bradley at Sciencebase. He receives a number of reader responses, mostly emphasizing that the two are really inextricably bound. The best, though, is, “Many recipients of advanced degrees seem at a loss to apply their learning, while some who have ties to the industrial community and their areas of specific interest seem to make a more or less sustainable transition between both worlds."

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