Justin joined the financial publishing business seven years ago (after a brief two-year stint teaching seventh-grade English). He served as Wall Street Daily’s Executive Editor for three years. He also worked as Senior Writer, focusing mainly on technology and biotech coverage. His commentary has been broadcasted on American Public Media’s radio show, Marketplace. And his work in the industry scored him a mention in the bestselling book, Get Rich with Dividends. Justin earned his Bachelor’s degree with honors from Geneseo in upstate New York.
Before the general public can benefit from the most revolutionary gene-editing technique of the 21st century, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has to figure out who the technology even belongs to — and who will profit.
Donald Trump ran a campaign on hyperbole and vagueness. Now as he prepares to take office, we take a closer look at his contradictory statements on science to make sense of the future of our favored industries.
It’s easy to dismiss celebrities and politicians as having hidden agendas. On the other hand, scientists that uncover cold, hard facts, deserve our respect for their endeavors. But respect is not worship.