Max Perutz And The Secret Of Life

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Max himself explored the protein hemoglobin and his work, which won him a Nobel Prize in , launched a new era of medicine, heralding today's astonishing advances in the genetic basis of disease. Max Perutz's story, wonderfully told by Georgina Ferry, brims with life. It has the zest of an adventure novel and is full of extraordinary characters. Max was demanding, passionate and driven but also humorous, compassionate and loving. Small in stature, he became a fearless mountain climber; drawing on his own experience as a refugee, he argued fearlessly for human rights; he could be ruthless but had a talent for friendship.

An articulate and engaging advocate of science, he found new problems to engage his imagination until weeks before he died aged She lives in Oxford. Photo inserts 2.