Tag Archives: lab

Life Of A Lab Mouse

9 May

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3…2…1…

5 May

Ph.Diddy

10 Apr


Turn it up, dance, and giggle.
Via D&A Lab, a totally awesome blog that every science nerd should check out.

You’ve Probably Never Heard Of It

6 Apr

Yeah, I use Ferric Chloride, but only ironically.

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Acoustic Focusing in Flow Cytometry

22 Mar

I will admit that I am a bit of a flow cytometry nerd. Our medical lab science program only has one graduate class so far, and it is in diagnostic flow cytometry. I begged the department head to let me take it, despite not having yet fulfilled my immunology requirement. I had taken the hematology class though, and flow cytometry is most commonly used in the medical lab to identify and monitor hematological diseases, so they decided to let me take it. I was ecstatic, and flow cytometry is still one of my favorite instrumentation methods. So this little video demonstrating acoustic focusing made my day.

Emission Scarves

21 Mar

I’m bring the wonderfully adorable Becky Stern back into the spotlight. Her amazing science inspired art never fails to amaze me! Today it is emission scarves. She is currently selling her silicon emission scarf at her esty shop.


 Here is the scientist/artist herself, wearing a beautiful Molybdenum emission scarf. She is a very beautiful and creative lady.

To see more of her work, visit her website, which is full of entertainment for scientists and artists alike ❤

Dynamite Science Dance

7 Mar

To highlight some of the critical work being done at the Goodman Cancer Research Centre, they gathered some of our top scientists, students, lab techs and dedicated volunteers, who turned on the music and danced!

Everyone should dance everyday, especially in the lab ^_^