We are still researching Dr. Andrew.
Chris is one of a long line of Princes to the throne of Maldovia. Unfortunately, that line was too long, so he finds himself in Southern California with the Collaboratory. He acts as the assistant to the other scientists at the lab, although he secretly yearns to be a scientist himself some day...or perhaps a corporate mascot.
When Dr. Dan was young, he successfully mixed the correct amounts of soda and chocolate milk to create the best drink ever: Coco-Cola. After the unfortunate misplacement of the recipe, Dan has been tirelessly trying to mix new ingredients to find the new perfect concoction...sometimes with explosive results. He currently works with the Collaboratory in an effort to teach kids how to really "mix it up."
As an undercover scientist, Dr. Jesse practices her science on the sly, sneaking into laboratories and completing experiments left undone. Though she normally operates as a rogue agent in the scientific community, she has recently joined The Collaboratory as a consultant, coming out of deep cover and abandoning her solitary scientific endeavors for the opportunity to work with such a talented team. Although it has been difficult for her to adapt to working with others, she hopes her unease will subside soon.
Dr. John received his doctorate as a freshman at a local community college when he was assigned to write a 3-page paper entitled "Why I Love Science" but instead turned in a 1,337-page dissertation covering every major scientific advancement of the past, as well as an estimated timeline for when we should have access to technologies such as teleportation, invisibility, and the instantaneous creation of any type of bread imaginable. He is also trying to convince people of the fact that the existence of matter MUST imply the existance of negative-mass particles [content edited for length] which is why sourdough deserves the same rights as humans.
A young scientist was working on a top secret project involving photons, gamma radiation, various other unstable molecules, and a rubber duck, when he dropped a vial of the substance. The concoction exploded, changing the once mild-mannered scientist into a crime-fighting superhero. Calling himself Dr. Josh, he sprang into action, spreading justice to the justiceless, hope to the hopeless, and rubber duckies to the duckless. He joined with the Collaboratory in hopes of finding a way to defeat his archenemy, Dr. Not-So-Good. It also helps to have some sidekicks, though he could work on giving them better names.
Dr. Linda comes from a long line of renowned scientists from many different countries. In fact, we still have not determined her nationality as she reverts to different dialects according to her mood.... which is usually German. Feeling the pressure to be published amongst her relatives, Dr. Linda seldom participates in anything that inspires smiling or does not have to do with science. Here you see her trying to decipher the scientific relevence of the finger trap that Dr. Rocio gave her.
Dr. Mai graduated from the University of Animal City back in '02 with a doctorate in zoology. She was once the tallest woman in the world at 9'-2", until one day while studying the effects of shrinking animals for temporary travel-size, she was zapped by the shrink ray! It was all because of that one beaker that was not cleaned properly before use. This made Dr. Mai always the obsessive cleaner she is today.
We are still researching Dr. Mark.
Dr. Rachel has built her career around making every human's dream come true: the dream of flight. Unfortunately, her preferred method of testing her flying potions has gotten her in some hot water with the science community. She insists on drinking her potions herself so she can truly understand their effects. She has had some small successes, but they always come with strange side effects. Dr. Rachel's most recent experiment resulted in her sprouting wings and uncontrollably clucking like a chicken.
Dr. Rocio is a new member to the world of science. She has the heart of a child and finds that her comrades take life too seriously. She experiments with the different effects that practical jokes have on her colleagues. Her favorite prank was zapping Dr. Mai with the shrinking ray.