I’m The Only One With Genius DNA 24
I’m The Only One With Genius DNA chapter 24
Author I (2)
Gil Hyung-joon’s finger, which was trying to dial the life creation department number, wandered in the air.
I memorize almost all the department’s representative numbers for the Sixth Laboratory.
However, I was confused about the extension because I called that department.
He asked his secretary.
“What was the Life Creation Department number?”
“Oh, wait a minute.”
Let me think.
Ryu Young-joon is now the most talked-about person in the Eisen Institute.
Above all, Nicholas is cheap and spinning like his own baby. It’s almost as if he’s going to adopt them.
After the year-end seminar, CTO Nicholas Kim gathered only the head of the research center and had a get-together. And that’s where he praised Ryu Young-joon to the point where his mouth was dry.
“But how did such a brilliant scientist end up in the Life Creation Department? Did you volunteer?”
“There was friction with me. I talked to the personnel team and sent it there.”
Kim Hyun-taek replied.
“I’m sorry to hear that you had a conflict with Major General Hwang. How did you do that?”
“Well, we didn’t get along with each other in terms of work. He’s talented, but he’s so arrogant that he doesn’t get along well with people. I was going to let you out of the company, but you’re making something like that.”
Nicholas said after agonizing over a drink.
“Warden Gil Hyung-joon. You’re going to let them do whatever they want for a year, right?”
Gil Hyung-joon didn’t like it very much, but he couldn’t do much.
“Warden, I’d like to keep an eye on Dr. Ryu for a long time. If possible, don’t be discouraged or depressed, and save it by asking whether it comes or not whatever you do. Science is completed when a genius inserts the last piece into a puzzle put together by 99 criminals.”
“The world will laugh at you if you miss someone like that. As long as you’re not swearing in the face of the warden, keep them at work and keep them in place.”
Kim Hyun-taek, who had already been cursed in front of his face, flinched.
said Gil Hyung-joon.
Nicholas smiled with a reminder look.
In seven years since he was brought to the CTO, research directors have never seen Nicholas feel so good.
The world’s best scientist was so into Ryu Young-joon.
Gil Hyung-joon put down his phone extension.
Don’t you think it’s kind of weird to get that order at a Friday dinner and smash it right away on Monday morning?
He read the patent application again.
“Oh, shit, but this isn’t it.”
The more I think about it, the more ridiculous it is.
I can’t kill it or pass it.
Gil Hyung-joon came up with a good idea after thinking for a while.
If you feel pressured to handle it yourself, you can borrow someone else’s hand.
Someone who can keep Nicholas in check. A powerful executive on a separate line.
Gil Hyung-joon signed the approval on Ryu Young-joon’s document and later hung the approval line on “Ji Kwang-man.”
“Bring this to the management headquarters.”
He presented the documents to the secretary.
He is the head of the management division of Eisen’s headquarters.
It is the management headquarters that finally processes documents related to patents.
Usually, employees below the manager’s level take care of it, but it doesn’t matter if the director’s name is on the agenda.
It’s a patent of a technology that has tremendous future value, so wouldn’t it be worth the approval of the head of the headquarters?
The thought of beating Ryu Young-joon automatically makes me laugh.
He is called a mad dog at the headquarters.
He is like a gangster because he is big and has a big head and a fierce face.
But his personality is that gangsters can serve him as their oldest brother.
Once upon a time, Ilsung Hospital received rebates from Roche, Korea, and prescribed certain drugs exclusively.
Ji Kwang-man was aware of this fact and reported it to the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission.
Okay, that’s common sense.
But it didn’t stop there.
He hired services and went into Ilsung Hospital, rampaging around, revealing the rebates in the lobby in front of the department of raw affairs.
It was very influential to talk in the face of patients about the simple and provocative story, “Doctors got paid back, so they used drugs that were low-grade, so my child died.”
And the reporters who had been waiting at the scene filmed it and interviewed it and released it until 9 p.m.
Ilsung Hospital started prescribing Eisen products the next day.
The laughing point is that in the case of the products that became an issue at the time, Roche products were actually slightly better than Eisen.
However, the image of the rebate on Roche made the product ugly, and Eisen benefited from it.
That atmosphere continued for a while not only in Ilsung hospitals but also in other large hospitals.
Ji Kwang-man is such a person.
The government’s work is slow and legal action takes a long time.
Let’s say Ilsung Hospital was punished for walking all the way.
What on earth is in Eisen’s interest?
“When it comes to silliness, it’s the most obvious and loud. The fastest way.”
That was Ji-kwang’s own theory.
Gil Hyung-joon put a smile on his mouth, stretching his legs out to the desk.
Ryu Young-joon, a representative researcher with anger control disorder, and Ji Gwang-man, a crazy dog at the management headquarters.
Although there is no comparison in terms of power, Ryu Young-joon is a rising star who is cheap and spinning by Nicholas.
What if Nicholas accepts this crazy patent application?
If Nicholas supports Ryu so much, it could be a showdown between Nicholas and Ji Kwang-man.
Of course, all he has to do is chew popcorn and watch.
There were many opinions about how Gil Hyung-joon would try to defeat Ryu Young-joon, and surprisingly, there was no action.
“I can’t believe it, but did Gil Hyung-joon approve of it?”
During lunch time, Jung Hye-rim asked while eating.
“But then I’ll get a call from the management headquarters. There’s a problem with the patent document posted by Ryu Young-joon.”
Chun Ji-myung said.
“You’ll get a call in the afternoon.”
Park Dong-hyun said.
“The kids at the management headquarters don’t usually start working until after lunch. You know, if you post a document, it takes a long time for it to be processed.”
But the prediction was also wrong.
Instead of a phone call, a person came in person.
It was Yoon Bo-hyun’s “chief” from the management headquarters.
He visited the Life Creation Department as soon as he entered the lab with his pass.
Yoon Bo-hyun greeted at the entrance of the office.
“Who are you?”
Park Dong-hyun, who was about to go to the laboratory, ran into him and asked.
“I’m Yoon Bo-hyun from the management headquarters.”
“Oh, yes. Hello.”
“Is Ryu Young-joon the head researcher here by any chance.
Park Dong-hyun called Ryu Young-joon.
He was sitting in front of a computer pretending to read a paper file on the screen.
In fact, Rosaline was tapping on the state window.
He was designing the next study using stem cells.
“Did you call me?”
Ryu Young-joon raised his head and spoke over the partition.
“Here. Manager Yoon Bo-hyun came to see you.””
Ryu Young-joon shook hands with Yoon Bo-hyun and moved to the small meeting room.
“Oh, my God. Dr. Liu. How’ve you been doing? We’ve met before, right?”
On the way, Yoon Bo-hyun chatted.
It’s true that I’ve seen him before.
I saw it once and it was a terrible memory.
It was Yoon Bo-hyun who asked Ryu Young-joon to purchase Selizena’s liver cancer treatment and conduct a comparative experiment with Iloa.
I was a deputy at the time, but now I’m an exaggerator.
No wonder he’s such a reluctant character.
Yoon Bo-hyun took something out of his bag and stuck it out to Ryu Young-joon, who arrived at the small meeting room.
It’s canned coffee from a convenience store.
“You can have it. I bought it from GS just around the corner.
“There’s a coffee machine here and a cafe downstairs.”
“But honestly, isn’t canned coffee more delicious than that? Is my tongue too instant? Haha.”
Ryu Young-joon took a sip of coffee.
It was a little cold and lukewarm.
“Dr. Ryu, I heard rumors that you did a great job at the year-end seminar.”
Yoon Bo-hyun said while drinking coffee.
“I was a little horny.”
“When the chief executive stormed into the podium in front of the warden and announced a tremendous achievement. I heard you got a standing ovation for CTO.”
“Wow. It’s really cool. I thought it was some kind of drama. Please call me later if you get an offer to shoot. Take a look.”
“I have to go experiment, but I want to talk to you as soon as possible. Why did you want to see you for?”
“Oh, yeah. We can’t keep our expensive manpower for too long. I’m sorry.”
Yoon Bo-hyun took a bundle of papers out of her briefcase.
Inventors: Ryu Young-joon, Park Dong-hyun, Jung Hye-rim, Ko Soon-yeol.
This invention involves the technology of producing embryonic stem cells by reverse differentiating normal cells.
Yoon Bo-hyun smiled.
“I don’t know why someone as smart as Dr. Ryu made this mistake. The distribution of the shares in the patent document was a bit strange, right?”
“Everything written there is correct. I’m 10 percent, Ko Soonyeol, Park Donghyun and Jung Hyerim are 3 percent, Eisen’s headquarters and 6th lab are 0.5 percent, and Life Creation Department is 80 percent. The authorization authority will be in my name through a separate contract.”
Yoon Bo-hyun stared at Ryu Young-joon for a moment.
“Dr. Ryu, this patent share ratio is nowhere in the world.”
“We’ll set a good precedent.”
“Why would you do that to a stake in the Life Creation Department?”
“There’s a lot I want to study with that money. The reason why I’m the authorizer is to prevent other people from spending it however they want. I trust our department members, but the HR team could put someone else in our department, right? I think I can claim that kind of right since I developed it. It’s not like I’m going to use it privately, but I’m going to use it all in my arms and check it out.”
“······. Whew. This isn’t going to be easy. But I’m just personally curious, but why did you put the total of 1% of the head office and the lab? I’m sure you didn’t seriously think about your share of the company while writing these crazy contracts and patent applications.”
“You’re right to be serious. I got help from the patent team at the headquarters for technology development and patent application, and rented facilities for the 6th laboratory. In fact, my personal evaluation was about 0.3 in total, but I was generous. Think of it as a service.”
“Are you going to fight against the company?”
“I don’t really understand that we have to fight. It’s my idea, it’s the result of my experiment, and it’s all the verification data that our team researchers made. Didn’t I give you a lot for the company?”
“The management headquarters has turned upside down. If it doesn’t work out for me, you’ll probably be summoned to headquarters. And you must include the name of Gil Hyung-joon, the head of the research center.”
“It’s my first time to come here and see his face in the last seminar. And if I told you before I met the warden that I was going to do reverse differentiated stem cells, would you have said okay? I’m sure he just blocked it. He doesn’t have a stake.”
“······. You have a very unique way of thinking.”
“I’m the superior, I’m in charge, so I’ll put it in. I didn’t do anything because I’m in charge, but I’ll do it as the author. I don’t accept that. That’s what research is about.”
“You won’t listen to me if I tell you more, will you?”
“Then you’ll be summoned to the management headquarters.”
“Okay, then I’ll just finish the experiment and leave, so please set a time.”
When Ryu Young-joon tried to get up, Yoon Bo-hyun frowned.
“Dr. Ryu, sit down.”
“Do you have anything else to say?”
“Thanks to Dr. Ryu, the life creation team is barely getting out of the bad eye. Are you going to be mean to your superiors like this again?”
“······. Chief Yoon.”
“If I was afraid of that, would I be in this department?”
“Please tell your superiors that and pass this patent as it is. That’s the best choice.”
“Just come with me. Now. Come back after finishing the experiment.
Yoon Bo-hyun said with a rotten expression.
Eisen’s headquarters was in Yeoksam.
There is no laboratory in the headquarters. It is in charge of business only. It is a place where management headquarters, finance headquarters, and accounting headquarters are concentrated.
Terminal researchers actually don’t have a chance to visit the headquarters.
But four o’clock in the afternoon.
Ryu Young-joon was there.
The atmosphere at the management headquarters was very brutal.
After Ryu Young-joon entered the director’s office, Yoon Bo-hyun, who returned without results, began to chat with Lee Hyun-woo.
“It’s a failure. He’s a total lunatic.”
“But our director is also a formidable ·····.”
Lee Hyun-woo said in a worried voice.
“Oh, yeah. But our director is crazy for profit, so at least he can analyze patterns. But what is Ryu Young-joon, a crazy man with religious beliefs? He’s a research ethics believer. In my opinion, that ethical bastard goes to Kant’s grave three times every night.”
Ji Kwang-man gave Ryu a bottle of cold water.
“I heard that Yoon Bo-hyun failed to persuade.”
He said so.
“What does Dr. Ryu want?”
“I’m passing this patent application document.”
Only Ji-kwang shook his head.
“After passing this, I’m asking you what you want to do.”
“We’re going to develop additional reverse-differentiated stem cells to make good drugs.”
Ji Kwang-man looked at Ryu Young-joon quietly. His face is twice the size of Park So-yeon. The gleaming eyes were overwhelming.
“This is mutiny and management interference. What are you going to do if I don’t give you permission?”
Only Ji-kwang asked.
“Then I’ll give up the patent I’m working on and remove it, and then I’ll resign and go to America. I’m going to apply for the patent again there and join the company on the condition that I hand it over to Pfizer.”
“······. Do you think that’s gonna work? The patent is ours by the job invention regulations. What if we sue you?”
“The job invention part will be ambiguous. My job is to create life, not stem cells. And the facilities and facilities used in Eisen were weak. Legally, it’s worth the trouble.”
“The Pfizer has gone up to the point where I’m going to protect myself to eat the thousands of trillion-dollar patents that came in for free. You’ll take it to the international patent dispute and fight. It doesn’t matter if I can’t win. Eisen will lose a lot of time.”
Ryu Young-joon said.
“And in the meantime, I’m going to do a follow-up study of these stem cells in Pfizer and end neurological treatment in the clinical sector. Eisen will lose control of the entire field.”
I’m The Only One With Genius DNA chapter 24