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Nathan Clayton 8h
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Nathan Clayton 9h
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Stella Hlavac 14h
So glad I remembered to bring a speaker with me to do this on call work. Labs have excellent acoustics. Would be better without the whirring machines though....
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ayesha umarعائشھ Jun 12
Replying to @umaenauman_09
Since my was and had so everyone had it. The dawned upon me when my son got and had to be . I was to buy get etc from the . It was quite an for me.
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Byers Ecology Lab Jun 14
Fieldwork doesn't have to be in the field! We brought the field to Athens, where E.Chen studied freeze tolerance of mangrove seedlings, using a FIRe System to measure changes in photosynthetic response.
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Cave Ento Project Jun 8
This week has been extremely busy & rewarding, lots of progress at . Digitisation of Troglobiont Leiodid type label data then Scanning Electron Microscope imaging in the IAC of Iberina mazarredoi & Troglohyphantes cantabricus from site 0025.
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Dr. Anne Duplouy Jun 13
Thanks for teaching us the magic of library prep with in ’s lab
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Alan Williams Jun 11
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JP Albano Jun 12
The Gladiators squad got some shots up to prepare themselves for battle this weekend at their first of many Summer Tournaments. Good luck boys and bring home that chip! 🏀🔬 @ THE LAB "Basketball Training &…
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Basketball mom of Atlanta Jun 9
When you about that lifestyle. Y’all want all the accolades but don’t want to put in the work 🌡 keep under your microscope 🔬 because becoming like a whirlwind 🌪This season
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Veronica Nava Mar 15
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JP Albano Jun 10
Got some work in with The Gladiator girls, Sophia and Nicky. Can’t wait for our next session. Great shooting and ball handling ladies! 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼 🏀🔬 @ THE LAB "Basketball Training & Development"
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Geoff Lerner Jun 13
This is what makes the magic of lab-created explosions possible. The copper diaphragm is etched to withstand a certain temperature. That allows us to have control over when the sample goes boom.
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GaSouthernBiology Jun 12
Undergrad research. Honors student Molly Rowe is taking confocal microscope photos to study downstream targets of in egg chambers.
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Maryam Nasirpour May 16
Excitement at the lab today! Featuring Acoulyte Pump Spinning ✅ Fluids Flowing ✅ Timer Counting ✅ Software Displaying ✅ Me Watching 👀
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Justin Gaudon Jun 11
Yesterday was a tough day in the field, but at least I didn’t spill any of the Malaise trap samples.
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Supriya Murthy Mar 20
Checking if your gel is still running is like checking to make sure that the milk doesn't boil over on the stove because your mom asked you to keep an eye on it!!
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Jason "The Jet" Terry Dec 27
That’s because basic fundamentals never get old. “Pump fake, 1 dribble pull-up,” I watched make 100 of those a day.
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Leila Fouda Mar 12
Unwrapping freeze dried samples so that I can start to weigh them. It’s back to for me! Freeze drying takes 24hrs and currently about 30 samples are dried at one time.
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HealthMeans Jun 11
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