Boyce Clark always loved science as a kid. He remembers every Christmas getting something related to science – a chemistry set, a microscope. He was president of his high school science club, and earned BS degrees in geochemistry and sociology from Millsaps College before coming to LSU to work on his PhD in biogeochemistry, in the LSU Department of Geology & Geophysics. But he never expected that he’d end up using his knowledge of geology and chemistry to create smart hair products.
Dr. Boyce Clark, CEO and Founder of Lubricity Labs, interviews with Graham Ulkins of WAFB Channel 9 Morning Show in Baton Rouge.
Lubricity Labs, a company founded by a nuclear physicist determined to help his frizzy-headed daughter with her hair woes, won Thursday night’s 2016 PitchBR competition, part of the weeklong series of Baton Rouge Entrepreneur Week events.