"Crazy Mail"
As an editor at Scientific American John Rennie delighted in the weird correspondence they received, but then one letter crossed a line.
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Rabiah Mayas
Identical Twins
An accidental revelation causes Rahbiah Mayas to question her identity.
Jesse Dunietz
Star of the science team
Jesse Dunietz wasn't thrilled to be the one assigned to the music portion of his high school science team -- the one part of the team that was definitely going to lose.
Skylar Bayer
Phoning Home From Alvin
Marine biologist Skylar Bayer faces her fears to go on a deep-ocean dive aboard the Alvin submersible, and ends up getting more than she expected.
Tonia Pinheiro
Double dose
Tonia Pinheiro is conflicted when her doctor's instructions seem dangerous.
Brad Lawrence
The end of the world (explicit)
For a young Brad Lawrence, fears of a nuclear apocalypse are put into perspective by his mother, at first intentionally.
Rowena Fletcher-Wood
Diffraction
As a chemistry student, Rowena Fletcher-Wood has to reconstruct the structure of chemicals, and a relationship with a friend, by interpreting complex data.
Kishore Hari
We will rock the Earth (explicit)
When Kishore Hari is hired to run a new science festival he thinks he has the perfect plan, but the reality was much more than he expected.
Julian Parker
A plane nerd
After abandoning a love of flying, a former military officer gets behind the controls of a plane for the first time.
Anna Wexler
A crucial choice (explicit)
There is one rule more important than any other in an fMRI experiment: no metal. But a stuck piercing makes aspiring neuroscientist Anna Wexler make a crucial choice -- end her career, or face possible serious injury?
Saad Sarwana
A muslim, a physicist, and a comedian...
Pakistan-born physicist Saad Sarwana gets a visit from the FBI.