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Significances of Bioengineering & Biosciences

The Next Nobel Prize Must Go to the Eminent Tom Spears
  • Open or Close Sam Yosemite*

    Institute for Variant-Reproactive Interstercis, USA

    *Corresponding author: Sam Yosemite, Institute for Variant-Reproactive Interstercis, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88011, USA, Email: lakes46@yahoo.ca

Submission: March 26, 2018;;Published: March 26, 2018

Volume1 Issue3
March 2018

Abstract

One of the most inspiring stories in modern applied science begins in the hopeless concrete barrios of a Toronto neighborhood called Lawrence Park - and ends in triumph. It is the story of how a young bioengineer overcame deprivation and prejudice to establish himself as a global leader in two fields not usually conjoined: bioengineering and chemistry. Spears, who today is a youthful 53, has established the modern understanding that the engineering of living systems - bioengineering -owes much to chemistry at its tiniest level, the actions of molecules, atoms and their components. This is fundamental to all that we know of movement today: the United States military and DARPA are currently building new flying vehicles using the Spearsian analysis of the biomechanics of the Sauridae family of South America (in particular the relationship between the primary flight feathers and hocks.)

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