Christopher Hitchens Doesn’t See God in Sickness They say there are no atheists in a fox hole ?users reviews . But writer Christopher Hitchens can be in a pretty deep hole – stage IV cancer tumor – and as he stares in to the abyss of loss of life he says he still doesn’t discover God. Hitchens, a long time Vanity Fair writer, famed atheist and author of ‘God isn’t Great: How Religion Poisons Everything,’ recently sat down for a two component interview with the Australian news system ‘Lateline.’ Hitchens says a cancerous tumor in his esophagus has spread and he is now taking high doses of chemotherapy and could soon undergo radiation treatments. ‘I think the word ‘curable’ doesn’t actually apply, but it could be treatable,’ he told reporter Tony Jones.
With the bigger laboratory and work place, the company will continue to broaden its R&D activities which enable the advancement of new seed items and the delivery of multiple genetic characteristics in plants through gene-stacking, while widening their focus to pursue new applications, such as improved feedstocks targeting the bioenergy sector. Avijit Ghosh, U of I VP of Technology and Business Development, said Chromatin’s commercialization success can be a model for biotechnology startups in Illinois. Chromatin can be graduating from our EnterpriseWorks incubator where the Research Park provided laboratories, apparatus and greenhouse space, Ghosh said.