Mark Hayes (foreground) works with Charles Noble at QB3, a state-sponsored program that provides private incubator lab space for fledgling companies.
There's an old joke that Stanford is a start-up incubator with a football team. That's easy to understand with companies like Google and Yahoo getting their start on campus. But it's not just MBAs blurring the lines between industry and academia. Schools focusing on science, like UC San Francisco, are scrambling to help students turn their lab work into the next big biotech company. Reporter: Sam Harnett