At Least They're Not Reading 'Sys Bio for Dummies' | GenomeWeb

Derek Lowe blogs about scientists reading business books, and what's so very wrong about that, in his opinion. "To be honest, I've always had a bit of a nervous feeling about anyone in the sciences who really seems to enjoy pop business books," he writes at In the Pipeline.

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