APEG - a biochemical variant of the UFO "invisible college"
From Hair of the Alien:
... by early 1998 my circle of "invisible college" colleagues had expanded to include some scientists from the biochemical field. They were cautiously interested in UFOs, but mindful of the subject's stature as "forbidden science," they insisted that their involvement would need to be conducted strictly on an anonymous basis. The biochemists were well established in their field, with well-regarded peer-reviewed publications and research. But job security and peer respect are powerful inhibitors of open declarations of interest, particularly given the long and sorry history of science in the UFO controversy.
Because I had an existing and reasonable public profile and strong and established connections with key researchers worldwide, our group, which called itself the Anomaly Physical Evidence Group (APEG), decided that I would be the public face of this biochemical variant of the UFO "invisible college."
Since then the group has studied a number of pieces of biological evidence allegedly involved in UFO experiences. These included the hair sample from Peter Khoury's extraordinary 1992 encounter in Sydney, Australia, another hair sample case from the mid north coast of New South Wales, the controversial "alien claw" from California, and the unusual stain on the dress worn by Betty Hill in her famous alien abduction experience.
These cases and others are discussed in my forthcoming book "HAIR OF THE ALIEN - DNA and other FORENSIC EVIDENCE of ALIEN ABDUCTION".
APEG can be contacted through me: P.O. Box 42, West Pennant Hills, NSW, 2125, Australia or via email at email@example.com