• Summer 2012 now available!

    by  • October 2, 2012 • 0 Comments

    I was going to launch yesterday, but I didn’t want to steal the thunder of Monday’s story. So now I can say: Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2012 is now available on Smashwords! In addition to the last three months of fiction, we have some awesome original fiction from Emily C. Skaftun and our classified-ad-style flash...

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    Financial Strategies for Innovative Researchers

    by  • October 1, 2012 • 0 Comments

    An essay by Kelvin Schrödinger, as provided by Kenneth Schneyer From the Bulletin of the Society for Innovative Research and Invention, vol. 195, no. 3 (Summer, 2012): Everyone knows that funding is a perennial problem. With so little hardware and so few suitable reagents available off-the-shelf, your work becomes impossible without moles of ready cash. It’s...

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    Robot Ethics and the Turkish Turtledove

    by  • September 24, 2012 • 0 Comments

    An essay by Mando Viday, as provided by Django Mathijsen Dylah wasn’t the prettiest girl I’ve ever known. Still she is the only one I often recalled with melancholy and even regret. Because although we’d been close, we’d never become “an item.” I’ve often wondered if she should have been the one. So it...

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    Maturity

    by  • September 17, 2012 • 0 Comments

    An essay by Max Steiner, as presented by Nathaniel K. Miller Scientist profile: Dr. Marvin Steiner was a controversial and pioneering nodal physicist, known for developing the Jaunte Drive, an early prototype teleportation engine. He and his son Max disappeared under mysterious circumstances after an apparently disastrous test of the device. The bodies of...

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    Mad Scientist Alumni in the Wild

    by  • September 11, 2012 • 0 Comments

    Mad Scientist Journal alumnus Torrey Podmajersky has a new story up at Daily Science Fiction. You can click here to read “The Gifter” now. Concurrently, assistant editor Dawn Vogel has a new story up at Fickle Muses. You can click here to read “Bringing Light to the World” now.   We now return you...

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