Steve Noyce, shown in this 2012 photo, was keenly interested in matters of science, computers and astronomy, in which he found meaning and answers to philosophical questions. As his body degenerates from a rare neurological disease — he marvels at the genetic research that helped with his diagnosis — he continues to use his mind to think and explore. “If there were no science, what would we have?” he asks.
Steve Noyce, shown in this 2012 photo, was keenly interested in matters of science, computers and astronomy, in which he found meaning and answers to philosophical questions. As his body degenerates from a rare neurological disease — he marvels at the genetic research that helped with his diagnosis — he continues to use his mind to think and explore. “If there were no science, what would we have?” he asks. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Steve Noyce, shown in this 2012 photo, was keenly interested in matters of science, computers and astronomy, in which he found meaning and answers to philosophical questions. As his body degenerates from a rare neurological disease — he marvels at the genetic research that helped with his diagnosis — he continues to use his mind to think and explore. “If there were no science, what would we have?” he asks. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Astronomy, science help Steve Noyce find his place in the galaxy

December 12, 2016 01:53 PM