Tuesday, January 23, 2007

And this is a problem how ?

On Harvard's search for a new president:
The growing financial importance of research also could pressure Harvard to tap a scientist, something it hasn't done since 1933.

But Harvard also could go the other way -- picking a nonscientist who could rise above turf battles and reassure the rest of the school that America's oldest and richest university isn't becoming a giant science lab.

I don't get it. Being a giant science lab is a BAD thing ?
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