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The Three Most Important Things I’ve Learned in Thirty Eight Years

Mandy reflects on aspirations, precipitation and why a background in fast food makes your lab work more efficient.

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Madison Area Technical College

This Isn't Kansas, Toto.

The class goes on a tour and learns about primates.

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Portland Community College

Oh, the enormity…

Mandy's been busy making cheese (Madison College is in Wisconsin after all!), bioprospecting in animal poo and finding out that washing your hands doesn't kill the stuff under your fingernails.

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Madison Area Technical College

Happy 2013!

Mandy Hunter spends the week exploring bench top fermenters, bacteria that grow beneath your nails, chromatography, and still has time to tell us about a January 30th Marrow Registery Drive at MATC!

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Madison Area Technical College

Gels can Smile?

Bioscience Technology at Portland Community College is getting slippery! As our class forges ahead in the fun filled world of Bioseparations we tackled chromatography and protein gels (protein electrophoresis) this week! We learned how to piece together a gel set-up which is like negotiating a particularly tricky set of Legos. We also made our own resolving and stacking gels! Gels are fun!

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Portland Community College

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