Collected "Seed"

Exploring the "Nobel Prize sperm bank."
June 7 2005 8:48 AM

Collected "Seed"

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"The Nobel Sperm Bank Celebrity: Since his birth, brilliant, precocious Doron Blake has symbolized the Repository for Germinal Choice. Now the 'superbaby' is an 18-year-old college freshman, and he's longing to be normal," posted March 16, 2001.

"No Nobels, One 'Failure,' a Few Regrets: How did the genius sperm-bank donors turn out?" posted March 30, 2001.

"Do 'Superbabies' Have Super Parents?" posted April 13, 2001.

"The Rise of the Smart Sperm Shopper: How the Repository for Germinal Choice accidentally revolutionized sperm banking," posted April 20, 2001.

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"The 'Genius Babies' Grow Up: What happened to 15 children from the Nobel Prize sperm bank?" posted May 30, 2001.

"Donor White Meets His Daughter: Fifteen months ago, Slate helped a mother search for the Nobel Prize sperm bank's 'Donor White'—the genetic father of her daughter. We just found him," posted August 7, 2002.

"When Donor White Met Joy: Slate helped the Nobel Prize sperm bank's 'Donor White' and his biological daughter find each other. Here's what happened when they met," posted Dec. 20, 2002.

"The Genius Factory: My short, scary career as a sperm donor," posted June 7, 2005.

If you were involved with the repository and wish to share your story anonymously, or if you are searching for children, siblings, or a donor from the repository, please e-mail David Plotz.

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