YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP GENE DISCOVERED IN NEW BRUNSWICK!
Premier to Attend Landmark Announcement
A significant event unfolds today in Moncton, NB, unveiling complete details of a nationwide initiative and the implications it holds for young entrepreneurs in Canada. Business, science and community leaders are coming together with a grassroots program to inject new life into youth entrepreneurship thanks to a momentous biogenetic discovery that could dramatically alter Canada’s business climate.
A media conference, open to the public, is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. this afternoon at Moncton's Capitol Theatre to release complete details of this innovative program and research that supports it. Chairman John Risley of the Canadian Youth Business Foundation (CYBF) and PropertyGuys.com CEO Ken LeBlanc will be joined by New Brunswick Premier Shawn Graham, several provincial cabinet ministers, Moncton Mayor George LeBlanc and many other special guests and dignitaries for this major unveiling.
The man behind the research is the reclusive, yet enigmatic Dr. Emmett Y. Browne (pictured above) of Cedar Crest, New Mexico. A Harvard grad from 1982, his meteoric medical career inspired the hit ABC network television program “Doogie Howser”, which aired over four seasons in the early 90’s.
Among Dr. Browne’s discoveries are the development of technology to build the world’s first solar-powered DNA microscope. Dr. Browne was also instrumental in supervising the work of future Nobel Prize winners Dr Andrew Fire of MIT and Dr Craig Mello of Stanford, credited for discovering a phenomenon called RNA interference, which regulates the expression of genes.
Currently, Dr. Browne has been immersed in “YPG” research, dedicated to isolating genetic properties found in successful, young entrepreneurs. His work has garnered international acclaim and has been shortlisted for the prestigious Nobel Prize nomination. In keeping with Nobel protocols, the names of the nominees are never publicly announced, and neither are they told that they have been considered for the Prize, which is why Dr. Browne is unable to comment on the nature of his discovery in any public forum.
“There is no better place on the planet than Canada to launch such an important initiative at a time like this”
DR. EMMETT Y. BROWNE, Melanson Laboratories
p.s.. It's not unusual to see Premier Graham drop what he is doing to support young entrepreneurs, as evidenced by this encounter captured over the weekend.
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