After studying chemical and biological engineering at Tufts University, Ryan Pandya took a safe job at MassBiologics, a Boston-based biotech company. It was partly to please his mother and father. “My parents are first-generation immigrants from India,” he says. “I’m second-generation, and there’s a focus on making sure that you study something that is sure to have a job and is sure to be lucrative.” But while toiling in MassBiologics’ lab producing the proteins that form antibodies, he came to a realization.

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