1) A petri dish of bacteria with extreme adaptive capabilities, capable of gaining control of hazards and passing them on to other bacteria via plasmids. Later discovered to have limited sentience/sapience as well as predictive capabilities, able to adapt to destructive conditions before they arise. Brought to the foundation's attention after a fire broke out at a British High School, with a teacher reporting of "explosive mould" to an educational board. Containment procedures include extreme sterilisation measures. Testing logs could showcase how the bacteria reacts to different situations. Title: "Anti-Bacteria".
2) A theatre permanently showcasing the musical: Les Miserables. Approximately 24 hours after viewing a performance, audience members experience a major personality shift towards the characters they most identify with For example, Javert identifiers become extremely obedient to figures of authority and have a strong desire to bring down those they view as immoral. Likewise, Thenardier identifiers become much more deceptive, greedy and vulgar. Periodically, posters will be posted outside the theatre advertising the re-opening of "casting". At this point, past audience members will return, with one being selected at random to join the rotation of actors performing, regardless of past experience. At this point, these individuals will refuse to identify as their real identities, and will stay in character 24/7. Title: "The Power of Music".