Maybe someone will pick this paper for the journal club...
One of the “new” big questions in biology that is also a bit of a recurring theme here: how does an enhancer know which promoter to activate?
I know we have not made a plasmid in a while, but this is a cool method nonetheless:
Apparently there has been a dramatic increase in animal usage in biomed research:
Here is a “funny" thing: by head count, my lab may have as many animals as the rest of Temple University. Hereby I copyright “show skin, not scales” slogan.
Apparently it is very hard to teach things you don’t know:
But things you do know can be tricky to communicate, too:
Can something useful be learned by watching other students give talks and poster presentations?
If birds can do it, students should be able to do it too, right?
This applies to things other than posters, too. Just a hint.
Have a good weekend.