David Cosman had a 23-year biotechnology research career at Immunex Corporation and Amgen Inc. in Seattle, Washington, until retiring in 2005. During his scientific career, Cosman published more than 130 papers in peer-reviewed journals, was co-inventor on 41 U.S. patents, and was listed as one of the Institute for Scientific Information’s highly cited scientists in immunology. Cosman currently serves on the boards of Earth Economics and the Sustainable Path Foundation in Seattle, Washington.

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In the second half of the nineteenth century, Seattle’s water was provided by wells, springs, and private water companies. Lake Washington served as both a source of water and a sink for waste. After epidemics of cholera and typhoid, Seattle became known as one of the unhealthiest cities in the U.S. Finally, the Great Seattle […]

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