Moderna Co-Founder Robert Langer’s Tips For Innovation
Experience Shows Persistence Pays
Moderna co-founder Robert Langer shared tips to drive innovation at a recent summit, while narrating a fascinating tale of tenacity during the development of angiogenesis inhibitors with Judah Folkman. If an idea is important, it’s sure to be criticized, said the man who has over 1,000 patents issued or pending worldwide.
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