Clever ways to penetrate a formidable barrier: the layer of dead skin cells covering the human body.
In the palm of his hand, Brian Morlock holds what looks like the innards of an entire computer.
The boy was on the stand, doing his best.
Vern Useldinger was home, sick in bed with the flu, listening to the radio when the shocking news seared across the airwaves.
Obolensk, a clearing in remote woods southwest of Moscow, is the site of a scientific city that has fallen into sad disrepair.