Need Proteins? Just Do It in Canada
By Mark D. Uehling
Nov 15, 2005 | TORONTO — Shorts, sandals, and a polo shirt. In autumn. Maybe that is what Aled Edwards always wears to work. Maybe his wardrobe was designed to challenge American preconceptions of Toronto winters that last 11 months of the year. Or maybe no one cares what you wear when you drive the cost of finding a sinewy, convoluted protein structure down to $125,000 — perhaps a quarter of the typical cost at less-efficient centers....