“There are still some refinements to the process I would like to make before we start production runs, but I would still say this was a successful test,” Evan said as he leaned back in his chair.
“Good job, Evan,” Margaret said as she placed a hand on his shoulder.
Evan felt the thrill of her touch and beamed beneath her praise. “Thank you, Doctor Vo. I couldn’t have done it without you.” Aldric glared at Evan. “I meant the both of you,” Evan said. He didn’t understand why Aldric needed credit even in the lab. Everyone outside of the building would give him credit for the incredible new power source, why couldn’t Evan have his moment in the spotlight?
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