A Road Less Traveled

Remember that bad report card?  You never had one?  Well I did.  So did John, who was told at age fifteen that he was such a disgrace at the subject that he was then studying, that it would be a waste of time on his part to continue or for any teacher to teach him.  You see, he wanted to engage biology on his own terms.

Now fast-forward sixty-three years and schoolboy John is now Sir John Gurdon and a Nobel Laureate in Physiology/Medicine.

Sir John Gurdon, who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine this week, revealed that his school science report began with the word 'disastrous' and went downhill from there

And that sixty-three year old school report is on Anderson Cooper’s Rediculist.

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