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  • What will the lab be like?
    2011 3 January 2011 1 December 2010 2 November 2010 3 October 2010 2 September 2010 3 August 2010 14 July 2010 6 June 2010 4 May 2010 6 April 2010 5 March 2010 3 February 2010 3 January 2010 6 December 2009 5 November 2009 5 October 2009 10 September 2009 14 August 2009 8 Admin Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress org What will the lab be like August 9th 2010 by Alan in Students I am a student currently studying for my a levels I have been given a wonderful opportunity to work with Dr Jennifer Rohn at UCL I will be assisting her work on cell shape and movement I m interested in cancer research and gene therapy and I am writing a related project it will be great to see some of the research science looking at the fundamentals of biology first hand Over the next week I hope to gain knowledge in the practical workings of a lab I expect there to be busy moments where everything has to be done as quickly as possible also quieter times where patience is required I look forward to meeting the scientists who I imagine being like Dumbledore wise omniscient and noble The lab itself will be extremely clean with big white surfaces and whirring machines I chose to work in a lab to gain some understanding of scientific research I plan to study medicine at university and I am interested in what the research side of medical science is like I look forward to starting work and hope that I will be able to contribute in some small way to the project 8 Comments Jenny 1 Comment permalink August 9th 2010 at 16 33 You did a great job with pipetting on your first day

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  • Summer reading
    Categories Comics Drugs Essays Fiction Films Guest post Lab LabLit Meta Podcasts Reviews Students Uncategorized Video Wide world Archives Archives Select Month March 2016 1 January 2016 2 December 2015 1 October 2015 1 June 2015 1 February 2015 2 January 2015 1 December 2014 1 October 2014 1 September 2014 1 June 2014 1 April 2014 1 March 2014 2 February 2014 1 January 2014 2 December 2013 1 November 2013 1 October 2013 1 September 2013 2 August 2013 1 July 2013 1 April 2013 1 January 2013 1 December 2012 3 July 2012 1 May 2012 1 March 2012 1 January 2012 1 November 2011 1 October 2011 1 September 2011 1 August 2011 1 July 2011 1 June 2011 2 May 2011 4 April 2011 2 March 2011 2 February 2011 3 January 2011 1 December 2010 2 November 2010 3 October 2010 2 September 2010 3 August 2010 14 July 2010 6 June 2010 4 May 2010 6 April 2010 5 March 2010 3 February 2010 3 January 2010 6 December 2009 5 November 2009 5 October 2009 10 September 2009 14 August 2009 8 Admin Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress org Summer

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  • Snakes, studies on pain, and stopping to think
    February 2014 1 January 2014 2 December 2013 1 November 2013 1 October 2013 1 September 2013 2 August 2013 1 July 2013 1 April 2013 1 January 2013 1 December 2012 3 July 2012 1 May 2012 1 March 2012 1 January 2012 1 November 2011 1 October 2011 1 September 2011 1 August 2011 1 July 2011 1 June 2011 2 May 2011 4 April 2011 2 March 2011 2 February 2011 3 January 2011 1 December 2010 2 November 2010 3 October 2010 2 September 2010 3 August 2010 14 July 2010 6 June 2010 4 May 2010 6 April 2010 5 March 2010 3 February 2010 3 January 2010 6 December 2009 5 November 2009 5 October 2009 10 September 2009 14 August 2009 8 Admin Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress org Snakes studies on pain and stopping to think April 18th 2014 by Jenny in Uncategorized Hi folks just a quick note to alert you to a few new pieces of content on LabLit com First we ve had an interesting essay from Wilson Wall about how he thinks scientists need to stop collecting too much data and instead think more I have some sympathy with this argument it does sometimes seem there are times in the lab when I have done so many experiments in a row that I have not properly synthesized what it all means and how it fits into discoveries that I and others have made in the past Sometimes I make breakthroughs only when I stop to read an old paper on something or another and an idea clicks into place So it s great to see the arguments out there in black and white Second we ve published a really super article describing the science of pain

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  • Uncategorized - Lab Literal
    want Christmas escapism searching for CP Snow LabLit chats with Anna Ziegler Summer reading LabLit com will be ten years old on 7 March 2015 Lab Twitterati Links LabLit home Categories Comics Drugs Essays Fiction Films Guest post Lab LabLit Meta Podcasts Reviews Students Uncategorized Video Wide world Archives Archives Select Month March 2016 1 January 2016 2 December 2015 1 October 2015 1 June 2015 1 February 2015 2 January 2015 1 December 2014 1 October 2014 1 September 2014 1 June 2014 1 April 2014 1 March 2014 2 February 2014 1 January 2014 2 December 2013 1 November 2013 1 October 2013 1 September 2013 2 August 2013 1 July 2013 1 April 2013 1 January 2013 1 December 2012 3 July 2012 1 May 2012 1 March 2012 1 January 2012 1 November 2011 1 October 2011 1 September 2011 1 August 2011 1 July 2011 1 June 2011 2 May 2011 4 April 2011 2 March 2011 2 February 2011 3 January 2011 1 December 2010 2 November 2010 3 October 2010 2 September 2010 3 August 2010 14 July 2010 6 June 2010 4 May 2010 6 April 2010 5 March 2010 3 February

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  • I heard the news today, oh boy
    1 December 2014 1 October 2014 1 September 2014 1 June 2014 1 April 2014 1 March 2014 2 February 2014 1 January 2014 2 December 2013 1 November 2013 1 October 2013 1 September 2013 2 August 2013 1 July 2013 1 April 2013 1 January 2013 1 December 2012 3 July 2012 1 May 2012 1 March 2012 1 January 2012 1 November 2011 1 October 2011 1 September 2011 1 August 2011 1 July 2011 1 June 2011 2 May 2011 4 April 2011 2 March 2011 2 February 2011 3 January 2011 1 December 2010 2 November 2010 3 October 2010 2 September 2010 3 August 2010 14 July 2010 6 June 2010 4 May 2010 6 April 2010 5 March 2010 3 February 2010 3 January 2010 6 December 2009 5 November 2009 5 October 2009 10 September 2009 14 August 2009 8 Admin Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress org I heard the news today oh boy October 7th 2009 by rpg in Wide world I just can t hide it Vicariously but the excitement is tangible Venkatraman Ramakrishnan shares the 2009 Nobel Prize for Chemistry This is for his super work on the ribosome structure I m excited because Venki is joint Head of Division at the MRC LMB where I spent what were probably the six happiest years of my scientific career The staff of the otherwise excellent Cafe Macchiato didn t seem to appreciate my joy just now This is the thing about science isn t it Something big something really really important to us is nothing to the general public until it directly affects their life But I can t keep quiet about it 4 Comments Jenny 1 Comment permalink October 7th 2009 at 16 24 I m surprised

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  • Lab Literal › Lost Password
    Lab Literal Please enter your username or email address You will receive a link to create a new password via email Username or Email Log in Back to Lab Literal

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  • A few new bits on LabLit.com
    2015 Lab Twitterati Links LabLit home Categories Comics Drugs Essays Fiction Films Guest post Lab LabLit Meta Podcasts Reviews Students Uncategorized Video Wide world Archives Archives Select Month March 2016 1 January 2016 2 December 2015 1 October 2015 1 June 2015 1 February 2015 2 January 2015 1 December 2014 1 October 2014 1 September 2014 1 June 2014 1 April 2014 1 March 2014 2 February 2014 1 January 2014 2 December 2013 1 November 2013 1 October 2013 1 September 2013 2 August 2013 1 July 2013 1 April 2013 1 January 2013 1 December 2012 3 July 2012 1 May 2012 1 March 2012 1 January 2012 1 November 2011 1 October 2011 1 September 2011 1 August 2011 1 July 2011 1 June 2011 2 May 2011 4 April 2011 2 March 2011 2 February 2011 3 January 2011 1 December 2010 2 November 2010 3 October 2010 2 September 2010 3 August 2010 14 July 2010 6 June 2010 4 May 2010 6 April 2010 5 March 2010 3 February 2010 3 January 2010 6 December 2009 5 November 2009 5 October 2009 10 September 2009 14 August 2009 8 Admin Log in Entries

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  • Lab Literal
    September we re reading Roger s Version by John Updike it s a little hard to tell from the back cover blurb but a friend suggested it might be lab lit We shall see I m also reading the distinctly non science y Stonemouth by Iain Banks in memorandum Banks without his middle initial made a huge impression on me when I was in graduate school starting with The Crow Road which remains one of my all time favorites Later on his stuff started to get a little more weird and violent but I ve been reliably informed that Stonemouth is very much a return to form I can t believe Banks is no longer with us I m sure I m not alone in that sentiment I m also supposed to be reading an unpublished lab lit novel with a view towards supplying a puff but I m ashamed to admit I ve not started that either Ditto regular LabLit contributor Pippa Goudschmidt s debut novel The Falling Sky which we ll discuss at Fiction Lab with the author in November Sorry about that ladies If anyone out there is enjoying some good summer reading let us know 1 Comment add yours We re back July 11th 2013 by Jenny in Uncategorized You may have noticed that LabLit had been on hiatus over the last fortnight this was due to its main staff being on a well deserved holiday But we ve now returned fresh and ready to grapple with all things labliteral I did a bit of reading on the beach some of it unabashedly non science in nature including the excellent Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn As a result I will probably move one recent LabLit List addition In His Genes by Robin Stratton out of the main area and into the crossover section for containing a component that in my opinion makes it science fiction I m also still battling through another recent reader nomination Roger s Version by John Updike to see whether it makes the cut The verdict so far Possibly As always if any of you has nominations for the List or contributions for the main site please do get in touch on editorial at lablit com We d love to hear from you 1 Comment add yours A literary pub rendezvous April 24th 2013 by Jenny in Uncategorized On Monday the LabLiterati met up with James Meek author of the new lab lit novel The Heart Broke In to find out more about the writer and his work We recorded the entire discussion for an upcoming LabLit podcast which should be produced within the next week or so The conversation was fascinating science was a big part of it of course but we also covered areas as diverse as religion women in the workplace and the evils of word processing Do look out for it Comments Off on A literary pub rendezvous Temptation temptation new physics lab lit January 20th 2013 by

    Original URL path: http://blogs.lablit.com/page/3/ (2016-04-26)
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