Biopoliticaltimes on Ted Okarma, Hans Keirstead: where's the beef?
On top of that, Keirstead owns the patent from this work for which Geron holds an exclusive license - something it seems he's failed to disclose in his numerous scientific papers on the topic.
IPBiz discussed Keirstead's patent applications in 2006:
What "60 Minutes" didn't tell you on Feb. 26, 2006 :
e.g., Keirstead, Hans S., 20050101014 (May 12, 2005)
Application 10/661105 (filed Sept 12, 2003)
Facts underlying "60 Minutes" Feb. 26 story on stem cells disputed
As an aside, doing a search for "Loring" on biopoliticaltimes produces one hit, beginning:
The Burnham Institute's Evan Snyder and Jeanne Loring argue that the Hwang scandal shows that "the system of peer scrutiny works" and reject what they call ...
IPBiz to Jesse Reynolds: the Hwang scandal showed no such thing. Check out 88 JPTOS 239 (2006).