Big Bang Theory - what the TV show leaves out

Broadcom MASTERS competitors learn the value of collaborating

By Sid Perkins, 16:53 PM September 30, 2013

Anyone watching The Big Bang Theory, the most popular comedy series on American television these days, might get the impression that science is a rather lonely pursuit. Sure, Leonard and Sheldon must occasionally work together. (After all, some physics group once asked them to give a talk about a paper they had written together). And in the episode where Sheldon invited Raj to work for him, the two spent a hilarious few minutes staring intently — for what was supposed to be hours — at a white...

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