Thank you for participating in Arctica, one of a number of Access Excellence science mysteries.
We hope they inspire high school students and the world at large to develop the skills needed to solve mysteries -- not on paper, but in the infinite variety of real life mysteries waiting just outside the classroom door.
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Written by Ken Eklund
Illustrated by Chet Phillips
Produced by Kim Obbink and Genentech
Web Production by Jody Brooks
Access Excellence Liaison is VivianLee Ward
Genentech Liaison is Geoff Teeter
Special thanks to:
Christopher J. Rutty
David B. Thomas
William S. Maley
for their comments
Interactive writer Ken Eklund works out of his turn-of-the-century Victorian house/office in San José, California. When he's not writing science mysteries, he's helping script web sites for companies like Silicon Graphics Inc. Or he's working on CD-ROM computer games such as Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Harbinger and Eagle Eye Mysteries. How did he get his start as an interactive scriptwriter? "Started small. Thought big. Didn't take no for an answer."
Artist Chet Phillips has his studio in Dallas, Texas. Chet divides his time as a freelance artist between showing his digital art in galleries and working for commercial clients such as American Airlines, GTE, Sprint, JC Penney and Frito Lay.
When not producing mysteries, Kim Obbink is Co-Director of the National Teachers Enhancement Network. Kim's expertise is in distance learning projects, especially those delivered via the Internet.
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