Boston Magazine / July, 2009
What it’s like to be young, brilliant, fawned over by multimillionaire investors, courted by universities and corporations around the world, and forever racing—sometimes as teammates, sometimes as rivals—to change medicine as we know it.
Boston Globe Magazine / February 1st, 2009
If Boston biologist and entrepreneur Christoph Westphal, 40, has found a way to turn back aging, then why aren’t we all getting younger?
Boston Magazine / November 2008
Bostonians know the Quabbin Reservoir as the source of their city’s water supply. Thanks to a tenacious UMass researcher and a zealous entrepreneur, the world may soon know it as the home of a microbe that could fuel a clean-energy revolution.
Boston Globe Magazine / October 19th, 2008
Why Putnam Investments’ new CEO Robert Reynolds, 56, isn’t as worried as the rest of us about the financial crisis.
Boston Magazine / October 2008
He lost $1.5 billion in less than a week. Now Boston’s unluckiest investor is betting his own fortune on a comeback. Published in Boston Magazine in October, 2008.