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Oh no I spilled my photons!
Going through my files and realized this one never got posted here…
That would be a pair of Buteo jamaicensis (red tail hawk), but we have also seen a few Falco peregrinus and various members of the Laridae family…
This ranks about an “8” on the FACS Pain Scale…
This is what happens when you work at a hospital…
We’ve all been there…
and in a similar line, I’m sure the field service engineers encounter this all the time…:
A little late for “May the Fourth”…
“With all we’ve been through, sometimes I’m amazed we’re in as good condition as we are, what with the Researchers and all.”
My First Flow Slide
Going back to my roots here, this is probably my first attempt at flow humor as an intro slide to my first “Introduction to Flow Cytometry” class…
In case you were wondering, we just had session #90 of the class…
You need the cells sorted WHEN?
…send FITC right over!
What the FACS?
A Disturbance in the FACS…
Are you Positive?
This is…. an edited (improved!) version:
Hotter than the fires of Mt Doom
One of these things is not like the other
For those of you that grew up with Sesame Street:
Three of these things belong together
Three of these things are kind of the same
Can you guess which one of these doesn’t belong here?
Now it’s time to play our game (time to play our game).
Click here for the answer!
A clone by any other name…
Bee-ah-core or Bye-ah-core?
For the longest time I could NOT remember how to pronounce it, so I put this together to help me remember (and then went on to carry out the joke ad absurdum…):
Just a quick post since we are in the midst of relocating to a new facility…
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