Learn to innovate like a Nobel laureate

11/6/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Francis Crick, the Nobel laureate who helped discover DNA, accomplished great things because he was willing to be proven wrong time and time again, says fellow laureate Paul Berg. "I won a case of wine from him on a bet because he was wrong and I was right," Berg recalls. Crick "had 10 ideas for every one" that succeeded, but his persistence and imagination paid off in the end, Berg says.

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