Doug Lauffenburger looks like the kind of guy who might love a good mystery.
Or be in one.
His bone white hair falls just short of thick round glasses as he folds his hands and ponders the best way to answer a question. In his office, light from slatted windowpanes stairsteps across the large L-shaped desk behind him, where neatly organized stacks of paper await Doug’s attention.
The question he’s currently turning over in his mind: What inspired you to combine your lifelong training as a chemical engineer with your love of biology? After a few moments, Doug responds, “In . . . → Read More: Calculating Mystery