Big Stem Cell Grants and Apple Vs Samsung

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When California voters approved 3 billion dollars in bonds for stem-cell research, they weren’t told how long it might take to develop treatments for diseases that have no cures.  That was in 2004, and the agency that was created is still trying to get research out of the lab and into the clinical phase.  We’ll hear what the latest 150 million in grants are for and what it’s realistic to expect. Also… Apple and Samsung.  When two giants of high technology go to court, what does it mean for struggling start-ups? Later on… high tech chemistry and the war on drugs…