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The Work Begins and Subject Zero is Born

After that first a-maze-ment and monumental day in that tiny lab, I went home and resumed my studies at Madison Area Technical School, now Madison College.  Amid my school work, my tests, classes and exhaustion, I couldn’t stop wondering how … Continue reading

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