BioLogos interim web editor Emily Ruppel recently traveled to Boston for the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) conference, where she took an afternoon off from lecture-going to catch up with Doug Lauffenburger, head of the biological engineering department at MIT and a member of the American Scientific Affiliation.
  • Genes, Cells, and the Changing Face of Technology, Part 1

    | Doug Lauffenburger
    Blog Post
    Genes, Cells, and the Changing Face of Technology, Part 1 | Doug Lauffenburger

    God gave us minds, a passion for understanding how things work, and then he put in this world all these fascinating processes, which, if we figured them out, we could do good things. Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 1 of 2
  • Genes, Cells, and the Changing Face of Technology, Part 2

    | Doug Lauffenburger
    Blog Post
    Genes, Cells, and the Changing Face of Technology, Part 2 | Doug Lauffenburger

    I just think God gives us our minds and the people we work with, so whatever ideas came out of those relationships, well, in the end, they’re all God’s “ideas.&rdquo... Read More >

    Basics PART 2 of 2