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Notebook Update from Jake

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This has been reposted from our lab tumblelog Jake just updated his notebook with the entry: 7 24 2014. Oyster bay repro check. Read all the exciting details here! via Tidal Cycles – oystergen.es http://ift.tt/1rA9Vud via the Lab Tumblr:...

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Notebook Update from Jake

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This has been reposted from our lab tumblelog Jake just updated his notebook with the entry: 7 23 14 Manchester Repro Survey. Read all the exciting details here! via Tidal Cycles – oystergen.es http://ift.tt/1tD1D4n via the Lab Tumblr:...

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Scholar Alert: New citation

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This has been reposted from our lab tumblelog Scholar Alert: New citations to my articles [PDF] New insight into an old concept: Role of immature erythroid cells in immune pathogenesis of neonatal infection S Elahi – Name: Frontiers in Immunology, 2014 Newborns are exceedingly susceptible to infection. However, very little is known about 48 what governs the immunological differences seen in early life that result in extreme 49 vulnerability to infection, nor how this changes during infancy. Herein I provide evidence … This Google Scholar Alert is brought to you by...

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A great first lab volunteering experience

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This has been reposted from our lab tumblelog I have never worked in an actual research lab before, but I have always thought that research is what I want to do career-wise. So, I decided it was time to get some experience and started volunteering in Steven’s lab. So far I have mostly been working on data analysis with excel. I really am actually enjoying it because I am learning a lot about not only how to make easy-to-read graphs, but also what kind of data relationships are the important ones to create visuals for based on the context of the research. I have also counted some oyster...

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What you missed on twitter this week…

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This has been reposted from our lab tumblelog 1 item   Favorite tweet by @Thescienceofant July 18, 2014 at 09:51PM @ONScience @sr320 I taught an electronics course with various #opennotebook platforms curated here http://t.co/72epyyMYuZ peruse at will! — Anthony Salvagno (@Thescienceofant) July 19, 2014 via Twitter http://ift.tt/1nH5p74 July 18, 2014 at 08:04PM Put the internet to work for you. Turn off or edit this Recipe from Gmail via the Lab Tumblr:...

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