Today, Scott is a tenured professor at the University of Toronto. Sporometrics has flourished since he took that first phone call a decade ago. The offices are now in a former industrial neighborhood of Toronto given over to new media companies and architecture ateliers, but Baudoinia experiments are still ongoing in the tidy, small laboratory in back. And Scott is still collecting samples. In fact, one snowy day he drove about 100 miles north of Toronto to Collingwood, on the southern tip of Lake Huron’s Georgian Bay, to yet another distillery, chasing Baudoinia. On Google Earth he’d seen black stuff all over the walls of the home of Canadian Mist.
Run out of his apartment, it was a sort of consulting detective agency for companies that needed help dealing with weird fungal infestations.
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