The science of coincidence (or the Law of Truly Large Numbers) 29 November 2020
Because it is Science that will be my chief witness today. Logic shall be my defence. Fact shall be my evidence.
Chapter Eight: The Sample 15 November 2020
“But she died of chikungunya fever. And you had some in the lab. Is it possible she could have been infected by it?”
Interviews 11 October 2020
Without a word he hands me the document from his lawyer. Even I recognize the high-powered firm.
Chapter Seven: The Institute 24 July 2020
Max sat on a bench, smoking his fifth cigarette of the morning and keeping his eyes fixed on the main entrance of the Wolfhaven Institute.
The Magnafan 5 July 2020
As I walked into my new office, I smelled the fresh paint and doughnuts and saw the grey, boring walls that I would be working in.
The ghost of cells past: Part 4 8 June 2020
We are pleased to present the final episode of a new four-part story by Deborah Flusberg, about a lab research project that suddenly gets personal.
Chapter Six: The Retraction 25 May 2020
Slater watched Brad leave the room. Even after the door had swung shut, anger shot through his veins.
The ghost of cells past: Part 3 8 April 2020
When he opened his eyes, head cradled in his arms at his lab desk, it took him a few moments to realize that what had just happened had been a dream. Or had it?
The special ones 21 January 2020
He sat, slumped, on the flimsy cot of his cell. Surrounded by cold concrete walls, he was a prisoner of the government
The ghost of cells past: Part 2 26 December 2019
That night at his apartment, Robert dreamed of his sister in the cancer ward of the children’s hospital. Her head was bare, hair long gone
The ghost of cells past: Part 1 25 November 2019
When people asked Robert why he wanted to go into biology research, he never mentioned his sister
The dangers of Yellowstone 15 October 2019
I still remember when I first saw the wolves.
Chapter Five: The Outlier 6 October 2019
Slater could tell she was thinking furiously, recognizing she had said the wrong thing.
From the Collins Industries Archives 2 September 2019
I pondered my choices as I laid on the moldy cot in my decrepit apartment. My fingers ached. I was out of sleeping pills. Again
Voices of the next generation 2 September 2019
Last year, I received an email from Marieclaire Apuli, a Language Arts teacher at Emerson…
Chapter Four: The Postdoc 26 July 2019
Brad stared at the printout in front of him. There it was again, that damned high molecular weight peak he had seen on both previous runs.
Chapter Three: The Party 15 July 2019
Ah, these silly English men, Sabine thought as she drove down Long Road. They are so easily amused – it really wasn’t work at all. All she ever had to do was smile at them and they would do anything she asked.
Chapter Two: The Lab 21 May 2019
Dr Bradley Jefferson Walker Pettier III was confused.
Chapter One: The Funeral 7 May 2019
Professor Thomas Slater realized that it wasn’t going to be so difficult to be inconspicuous after all.