I'm trying to track down a science fiction written short story that formed part of an anthology about a group of child geniuses at an institution who develop so far ahead that they end up creating a bubble around their space that is out of phase (time-wise) with the rest of the world to give themselves privacy.
- In English
- Part of an anthology
- Probably published before 1990
- I read it as a child, and it may have been written for children
- What I remember best is the idea that the children raced ahead of their adult mentors and invented all sorts of incredible new scientific inventions, in a highly collaborative way (with each other) ending with this bubble where they separate themselves from the rest of the world.
- Based on Earth, I think
- Read it in the UK