Hyperbole in the Laboratory

In the end, it always comes down to marketing. Yes, even for scientists – you know, the people that are painstakingly rooted in data, facts, evidence, etc.  They too benefit from hyperbole. “A new study suggests it would be wildly expensive — more than $10 million per life saved —...

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Board Retreat

Last night, our Board got together to reflect on the last five years.  We also started to look ahead at the next five.  I want to share a realization that I had . . . Simon’s Fund was born out of our tragedy.  Simon would not be here anymore.  However, just...

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