Archive for February, 2009

An article in last week’s Wall Street Journal explained that the government TARP bailout program features some significant limitations on executive pay. I think the new administration has done a great job in finding a reasonable solution to the excessive executive payments that have gone on in the past. I think the taxpayers will now […]

Meetings and Forums

Things have been quiet here for a while. The weather has been pretty bad, making it difficult to get around. At least it wasn’t snow. Today Mary Ann and I met with Dean Sullivan and Len LaFebre at UCSD during a wind and rain storm to discuss the future of the Beyster Institute. Weather permitting, […]

I am learning more about the potential use of algae to produce biofuel, in particular, a new development here in San Diego. According to an article on the Xconomy.com website, a group of academic and industry researchers has established the San Diego Center for Algae-based Biofuels (SD-CAB). This area of research is of great interest […]


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