Edge of Nonprofit

The Broad Institute is pushing the boundary of what it means to be a nonprofit, especially in how it is handling its CRISPR business and partnerships, writes Jim Kozubek in an opinion piece at Stat News.

"These relationships can challenge the concept of 'public interest,'" says Kozubek, a former data scientist at Brigham and Women's Hospital who also had an affiliation at the Broad.

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