A Sluggish ProcedureThe Xenogen facility was abuzz with activity. The sterile white walls housed some of the best and brightest from across the world in the various fields of physics, biology, astronomy, and robotics. The multiple rooms of the facility housed dozens of scientists, technicians, and aides all hard at work on Xenogen’s groundbreaking research and development. All of them were too busy to mind the three individuals moving down the hallway.
The three people were quickly moving through the facility toward a special lab far in the bowels of the facility. The two individuals in front were nondescript scientists donned in the traditional white lab coats with the Xenogen Corporation logo stitched on their left pocket. Both wore stern expressions on their faces, masking the anxiety they felt about the procedure they were about to conduct. The one of the right carried a tablet displaying the latest forms and statistics for an “Audrey Newsome.”
Trailing behind the focused sci