Monthly Archives: September 2015

What in the World is a Micropipettor?

My first day of phage hunting can only be described as a blanket of confusion wrapping a cluster of bad decisions while clear panic rained down from above. We had recently come back from digging dirt out of the “Phage … Continue reading

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I never thought I’d say that I was excited to see a plate full of bacteria. But on the fateful afternoon of September 8, I discovered that my plate was not only full of bacteria, but full of bacteria being … Continue reading

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