Paragraph 356, Book 1. The Drauthoring Project.
When we got back, we bundled quickly out of the car again and raced into the lab. Damien rearranged his nanoscope and set out some analysis tools next to it. He pulled a suspension beam cylinder (like a cylindrical tractor beam that holds stuff in the middle of it) from under a bench and extended it out to a suitable height. Damien then pulled the sealed capsule from his analysis kit and put it into the suspension beam, remotely unsealing the capsule. The capsule’s sides fell from the beam and the life form stayed suspended in it, the beam’s fluctuations causing the organism to bob up and down slowly.