Star Gazer Sees Greater Realm in Proteins | GenomeWeb

When Len Arnowitz looked up at the night sky, it fascinated him. “I was just in love with space,” he says. But how did that lead to becoming president of BSI Proteomics?

During his career in space, Arnowitz worked at NASA for more than 20 years and eventually became the chief of the special payloads division that allowed science experiments, including ones designed by schoolchildren, to fly on the space shuttle.

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