Collaborative Science Case Study: The Business Of Mentoring

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Another case study, “Collaborative Science” conveys people crave greed. The author implies that student of university, Susan McCloskey and Alberto Lopez, developed a search-engine, which could compete with Google. Then, everyone wanted to patent the application, but the law for patent implies the licensing owners would be the inventors and university. Since federal funds were used. The federal government would be a rightful owner as well. When it comes to greed, the desire for more money, success and power, but ultimately, never satisfied until someone else limits the greed. I do believe this article show importance about greed and validates the significances for a responsible research.

In the case study “The Business of Mentoring,” the