Hi! I'm Geeka. I've been a scientist for, I don't know, it seems like forever, I guess since I started college, so, like 15 years? Anyhow, this is where I'm going to give my take on a bunch of stuff. I'm usually a little bit out there (that is, I don't see the obvious at the outset), which means that you are probably going to have to deal with reading such topics as: Interpersonal relationship training for scientists, my lab pet peeves, how to get along in business when you just came straight out of academia, trying to deal with having a life and being a scientist, really odd topics for a paper, random stuff I found on the internet that made me shoot coffee out of my nose, you know, (ab)normal Geeka. Why the title? Because at the very heart of me, I'm a virologist, and while I don't necessarily do that now, it's how I view the scientific world.
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When I was a young(ish) grad student, it took me forever to get my first clones. I worshiped at the alter of XhoI and KpnI. I slept with the NEB catalogue. Finally, I mentioned that if these colonies, yes, these ones here on this dish, if they were right, I would do a cartwheel in front of Jackass's door.
So I did.
A couple of things:
Come on people. There is some teacher who is appealing to donors choose because her kindergarten students don't have chairs. CHAIRS to sit on.
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The best part of this is that you took a photograph of a photograph.
Ha ha, brilliant! I'm going to follow suit and do one of these if my stupid cloning that I'm working on ever bloody works...I feel your pain!
LOL, no scanner handy??
No scanner handy. I'm sure as hell not bring stuff like this to work!
But you'll post it on the internet??