Stem cells hold so much promise in so many arenas of health care with no dangerous side effects yet treatment options languish for years awaiting official approval. I would think there must be some other country in the world with less hoops to jump through and lower hoop jumping costs, but I don't know what country that is. A country like that should be started and it could specialize in medical tourism for the unmet needs of the world.
The banks are going to have to be very forgiving if they want to see their loans paid back. Why PWE is still paying a dividend is beyond me and why the execs haven't taken an across the board pay reduction in a show of solidarity and rationality I don't know. No one really has to answer to anyone, so it's business as usual.
Not quite, but it is rather disruptive to the status of the quo. 15 years and counting.
A reverse split could take us over $20, but that's probably what it will take, a 100 to 1 reverse split.
I've often wondered about monoculturing the algae. In the natural world are there any monocultures of anything that isn't man made? I wonder if that's a problem.
I thought faceplant capacity had been achieved already. The 12 to 18 month mantra is really getting old. How many metric teaspoons are currently in production, that's what I want to know.
If they came out with an anti-aging formula, that would do the trick. I'm holding my breath awaiting the announcement. Maybe in 12 to 18 months they'll have such a formulation available.
At least it was green today. Now all it has to do is triple from here.
Looks like they'll need plenty of cash infusions along the road to acceptance of their offerings.
It's unfortunate that treatments that can be life saving or major life altering cures take so long to get approved.
The costs to get through the process are too prohibitive for upstarts. If the cures are too disruptive to the status quo I suspect the deep pocket incumbents end up quashing them.
The supercharger stations eliminate range anxiety. I would imagine that most people who can afford a Tesla choose to fly if they're going an appreciable distance.
They got the Roadster with newer batteries to go 340 miles with 20 miles to spare from San Jose to Santa Monica. Battery technologies continue to improve and get lighter along with construction materials.
It's caught in the rubble of the ruble and i've heard google has gained some market share as well. In the long run i think it will be fine based on my asstrological projections.
A pissant rumor if I ever heard one. The Saudis are making it very difficult for every higher cost oil producer.
They're in a race to extract every dollar from what's in their ground. They'll be putting a lot of folks out of business, but I can't imagine PWE would call it quits at this point.
They should buy Lit Motors, maybe improve the styling and range a bit along with the electronics package and they'd have a very popular personal mobile transporter. They could call it their best mobile app ever. The app that gets you mobile. The safest motorcycle ever built. They could buy it for pocket change. If Apple or Tesla doesn't buy them, probably a Chinese company will.
Today on "Science Friday" with Ira Flato, they discussed with a professor the evidence of FDA ignoring falsified data from drug companies. I'm shocked....NOT.
Makes one wonder about why some companies applications for approvals take so much longer.
Good news. Remember that each passing year brings us 365 days closer to another approval. The FDA can't ignore the company forever.
It should be standard operating procedure for so many things. Why not at least implement it for blood banks.
All donated blood should be hemopurified. I guess we're back to languishing mode as Ebola fades off the front pages.