"The Downside Of Being The Boss"
John Rennie finds it's great to be editor in chief of Scientific American, but not when all the ingredients of sarin gas are in his office.
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Annalise Kaylor
A Room Full Of Odds
A cancer diagnosis is only the start of the collapse for Annalise Kaylor, but she finds support in an unexpected community.
Alison Hartshorn
Common ground
A relationship bridging the divide between scientists and artists is reflected in a fight over where to store tomatoes.
Jodi Beggs
Kindergarten tycoon (explicit)
Jodi Beggs's mother greatly underestimates how well her kindergartener understands economics.
Kathleen Raven
Science writer Kathleen Raven's unexpected loss of hearing takes her on a journey with modern technology.
Moran Cerf
Finding Fear (explicit)
When he misses the opportunity to work with one of the most famous patients in neuroscience, Moran Cerf takes an unorthodox approach.
Sarah Schlesinger
Experimental Treatments
Immunologist Sarah Schlesinger must try to save her mentor's life with his own work in cellular immunity.
Marjorie Winther
Lighting a fire
As a science teacher, Marjorie Winther has both entertaining and troubling times with her students, but when she brings them to the South she discovers a whole new side of them.
Margaret Geller
Mapping the Universe
As a grad student, Margaret Geller is invited to a private island off the coast of Maine by legendary physicist John Wheeler and his wife, for a trip she'll never forget.
Carl Zimmer
Safety Carl versus Gamera
Science writer Carl Zimmer grew up loving monster movies, but he never guessed a real monster would show up in his own backyard.
Abby Rabinowitz
Surrogate storytelling
Journalist Abby Rabinowitz embarks on a journey through India's burgeoning surrogacy industry in search of a missing baby.