Google’s doodle of the day honors Dorothy Hodgkin, Nobel prize winner and developer of protein crystallography. The last year of work before I was laid off was the most fun I ever had. I spent it working in the structural biology lab, crystallizing and solving kinase proteins. I had a blast. It was cut short by a bean counter.
This is the last protein I ever crystallized and solved with my lab partners. You can find it in the public domain at the RCSB under the kinase name PRPF4b: