Congress must reform immigration laws that send top STEM graduates to China

Jonas Korlach left Cornell with a Ph.D. in biochemistry, a patent on technology that effectively reads the entire human genome, and an idea that spawned a company now employing 285 people and generating more than $30 million in revenue per year, the Christian Science Monitor reports. Yet because of American immigration laws, Dr. Jonas would have been kicked out of the United States, along with his invention, the
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