Glenn Rifkin writing for the New York Times about the life of the founder of Bose Corporation:
Dr. Bose’s devotion to research was matched by his passion for teaching. Having earned his bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the 1950s, Dr. Bose returned from a Fulbright scholarship at the National Physical Laboratory in New Delhi and joined the M.I.T. faculty in 1956.
He taught there for more than 45 years, and in 2011, donated a majority of his company’s shares to the school. The gift provides M.I.T. with annual cash dividends.
Popular Science has republished a Tom Clynes article featuring Bose from their December 2004 issue:
When we stop for some ice cream, I ask Bose how he accounts for the impact he has had on such diverse fields. He tells me that he once asked his mentor, the brilliant mathematician Norbert Wiener, the same question. “We were walking through the courtyard, and he stopped and turned toward me, and said two words: ‘Insatiable curiosity.’ ”