When I heard of the passing of Nobel Laureate Bob Edwards, I remembered our time together at his Duck End Farm just outside of Cambridge, England. Over the course of two days, he talked to me of nature's limits, and the role of humanity in repairing and finishing its unfinished work. All around us, a three ring circus was unfolding that Edwards and his breakthroughs had set in motion.
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Feature article by Wendy Goldman Rohm, first published in The Atlantic, April 2013