What's In a Name?
While teaching a math class, Nisse Greenberg is troubled by his student's name, and his own.
Photo by Nicholas Santasier
Who's The Donor?
A panicked day leads Karen Hopkin to wonder if her sperm donor really is the father of her child.
Photo by Dory Dinoto
As an editor at Scientific American John Rennie delighted in the weird correspondence they received, but then one letter crossed a line.
When Edward Frenkel is told he won't be accepted to a Russian university because his father is Jewish, he decides to take the admissions exam anyway.
How To Write A Testimony
Marine scientist Meredith has to navigate a whole new world when she's called upon to testify in front of the Maine legislature in support of a crucial bill.
A Simple Magic Trick
Nelson Lugo has a brilliant idea for his grade school talent show -- use chemistry to do a simple magic trick. It did not go over well.
Photo by Nicholas Santasier.
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