Need some inspiration for spicing up your Valentine’s Day? Don’t just settle for the boring chocolate and roses. Ok, those are sweet and my myocardium will still give a sudden contraction to pump more blood from my left ventricle into my aorta if I get those on February 14th. But as Harvard scientists we can’t simply follow the stereotype; we have to make our distinguished mark in the endless and hopeless—oops, didn’t mean to let that slip–search for love. So think test tubes and indicator paper. Ask Steve Spangler for further advice. Also no pun intended on CrimsonSpark.