The Tao of Lloyd Smith


Todd Strother still remembers that cold Friday morning in March of 1997 when he first ventured across the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus to meet Lloyd Smith. While he had arranged to meet with a bevy of professors that day, Strother, now an applications scientist at Thermo Fisher Scientific, says he had his eye on Smith's lab from the start. But somehow there was a mix-up with the appointment time, and the young graduate student ended up waiting around for nearly an hour. "It turns out he was hosting Dr.

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