Published in: Genetic Engineering News
On: October 1, 1995
“Novel bioseparation technologies are finally nearing the point of clinical application, according to speakers at a recent symposium at the California Separation Science Society (CaSSS) in Foster City, CA. The meeting specifically focused on new separation techniques for the diagnostic laboratory and described emerging opportunities for instrument manufactures in this area.”
“I would have written of me on my stone: I had a lover’s quarrel with the world.”
– Poet Robert Frost on his desired tombstone epitaph
A lover’s quarrel, we all have had at least one of these. We live with and on Planet Earth. We intimately affect its system every present moment. Humans rattle the planet a thousand times more critically than the animals and plants with whom we share the terra firma. Our effects often have long-term ramifications on all living creatures. We’re not sure of the long-term effects of all the changes we see and feel.