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Genentech As of August 2013, Genentech employed more than 12,300 people.[6] The Swiss global health-care company F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG now completely owns Genentech after completing its purchase on March 26, 2009 for approximately $46.8 billion.[7][8] Research[edit] Genentech markets itself as a research-driven corporation that follows the science to make innovations. They employ more than 1,100 researchers, scientists and postdocs and cover a wide range of scientific activity — from molecular biology to protein chemistry to bioinformatics and physiology. Home | About AACSB | Newsroom | Contact Us Member Services Join Now Exchange Affinity Groups

Arthur D. Levinson Education[edit] He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1972 and his PhD in biochemistry from Princeton University in 1977. He subsequently moved to a postdoctoral position with Michael Bishop and Harold Varmus in the Department of Microbiology at the University of California, San Francisco, where he was spotted by Herb Boyer, who hired him to work at Genentech.[4] Career[edit]

Rankings - Project - Graduate Schools - Education - US News Ranked in 2014 | Computer Science Rankings Methodology Earning a graduate degree in computer science can lead to positions in research institutions, government agencies, technology companies and colleges and universities. These are the top computer science schools. Each school's score reflects its average rating on a scale from 1 (marginal) to 5 (outstanding), based on a survey of academics at peer institutions.

Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin, Yuri Milner Create $33 Million Breakthrough Prize For Medical Research Three of Silicon Valley's most high-profile entrepreneurs are launching a new Foundation with designs on the Nobel Prizes. The Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences Foundation is to reward life-saving research with 11 annual awards, each with an individual reward of $3 million. Google's Sergey Brin and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg have teamed up with technology investor Yuri Milner, whose eponymous awards were set up last year to award breakthroughs in fundamental physics, to reward medical breakthroughs. "Young people will hopefully get the message that not only the careers in sports or entertainment can get a public recognition," Milner said. Master of Science Computer Science Lead Faculty: Dr. Pradip Peter Dey The Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) program at National University provides students with a solid foundation, in the fundamental knowledge and skills of software engineering, database theory and design and cloud computing, exposing them to best practice methodologies using a variety of tools and techniques required for solving real world problems and to be of immediate benefit to the computing industry. National University s MSCS program not only prepares students in the theoretical and practical aspects of solving complex computing problems but also it develops other essential communication skills. MSCS graduates are able to clearly discuss issues, trends, and solutions with both technical and non-technical audiences.

How Russian Tycoon Yuri Milner Bought His Way Into Silicon Valley In less than two years, Yuri Milner's fund has gone from zero equity to more than $12 billion in assets.Photo: Greg Girard This is my first trip to Moscow, and Yuri Milner, the world’s most successful investor in social media, is taking me to his parents’ apartment, which he bills as a typical middle-class Moscow dwelling. It’s drab Soviet brick outside. The none-too-reliable-looking elevator is encircled by a crumbling staircase. But inside, the apartment is genteel and highly recognizable to me.

The Walt Disney Company - Job Openings Games Videos Create My Page Characters Meet Art Levinson, Apple's New Chairman Apple has appointed Arthur Levinson, one of Silicon Valley's most respected leaders, as the company's new Chairman of the Board. Who exactly is Levinson, and why has Apple chosen him to lead the board? Levinson has served on Apple's board of directors for more than a decade. In 2000, Steve Jobs asked Levinson to join Apple's board when Levinson was chairman and CEO of Genentech, the multibillion-dollar biotech company now owned by Roche. Only Intuit's Bill Campbell and J.Crew's Millard Drexler have served longer on Apple's board. "Art is a highly respected CEO and leads one of the most important and successful science-based companies of our time," Jobs said when Levinson first joined the board.

Anne Wojcicki Anne E. Wojcicki (/woʊˈdʒɪtski/ woh-JIT-skee; born July 28, 1973)[2] is an American biotech analyst, biologist and the co-founder and chief executive officer of the personal genomics company 23andMe. Life and career[edit] Wojcicki was born in San Mateo County, California. She is the daughter of Esther Wojcicki (née Hochman), an educator, and Stanley Wojcicki, a physics professor emeritus at Stanford University, and sister of Susan Wojcicki, an executive at Google.[3] Her mother is Jewish and her father is a Polish American. She graduated from Yale University with a B.S. in biology in 1996.[4]

Landon T. Clay Landon T. Clay (Landon Thomas Clay) is an American businessman and founder of the Clay Mathematics Institute. Clay graduated from Harvard in 1950 with a B.A. in English. Yuri Milner Yuri Borisovich (Bentsionovich) Milner[2] (Russian: Ю́рий Бори́сович (Бенцио́нович) Ми́льнер; born 11 November 1961[3]) is a Russian entrepreneur, venture capitalist and physicist. He founded investment firms Digital Sky Technologies (DST),[4] now called Group and DST Global. Through DST Global, Milner is an investor in Facebook, Zynga, Twitter, Flipkart, Spotify, Zocdoc, Groupon,, Planet Labs, Xiaomi, OlaCabs, Alibaba, Habito, Wish and many others. Milner's personal investments also include a stake in 23andMe [5] and Beepi.[6] Early life and education[edit] Born into a Jewish family[10][11] on 11 November 1961 in Moscow, Yuri Milner was the second child of Russian intellectuals.[12] His father, Bentsion Zakharovitch Milner (Бенцион Захарович Мильнер), was a distinguished expert in the sphere of management and organization.