ABOUT THE INSTITUTE
The Banzai Institute for Biomedical Engineering and Strategic Information is an independent, non-profit research organization of ranking scientists. Its East Coast campus is located an hour from New York City in Holland township, New Jersey. Overlooking a truly panoramic expanse of the Delaware River Valley, it is a 112-acre haven for scholars of all disciplines, but the sciences in particular. Founded by Dr. B. Banzai in 1972 to fulfill a need of the scholarly community for greater continuity of research, the Institute supports scientific endeavours in many fields that would otherwise go unfunded. The Institute is a not-for-profit corporation, supported primarily by royalties donated by its researchers from commercial applications of Institute-sponsored work. Many top scientists seek to work at the Institute, subject to a rigorous selection process. If a candidate is approved by the board, he is given a key, a small monthly stipend, and a Spartan cell without electricity or running water, where he sleeps on a straw mat atop a wooden bunk. It is not the sort of place for everyone, and yet hundreds more apply than are accepted, among them some of the finest minds in the world.
INSTITUTE PERSONNEL INSIDE THE BANZAI INSTITUTE:
An Interview With Mrs. E. Johnson
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