Mason-Dixon line Left side: QIAamp DNA Mini Kit for 250 DNA preps ($556.00) for purification of genomic, mitochondrial, bacterial, parasite, or viral DNA Right side: RNeasy Mini Kit (50) for purification of up to 100 ug total RNA from animal cells or tissues, yeast, or bacteria ($227.00)
In No kidding, I am a cum laude philosopher, and so can you! it turned out that finally I got a philosophy diploma. That said, from now on I am officially qualified to think on the big questions of life. For instance, I can find out new arguments and concepts and I can answer (or… Continue reading “What is the meaning of life?” for a life extensionist
My mom’s acquired this diploma 3 weeks ago back in Budapest and it has an English translation so I can share it with you:
Last time I said: Although the paper was retracted from the online version of Proteomics, you can still make historical screenshots on the PubMed version. Now the chance is over. But what is really funny: finally, PubMed ‘Related Links’ algorithm gives us the proper context of the Warda-Han-Mighty paper, just take a look at the… Continue reading Screenshot of the day: Proteomics apologizes to PubMed’s readership.
I guess I will submit this question to the Ask the Experts section of Scientific American. It was a witty remark by a senior scientist at a presentation on neural stem cells and aging last week, here at Tulane. I laughed so much that I had to blow my nose disproving that good jokes keep… Continue reading Do we lose neurons or neuronal stem cells every time we blow our nose?
Components from top to bottom: Insulated Test/Jumper Leads wig blue ethernet cable original Google T-shirt (I got mine at the Euro Maker Faire) badge (actually I used my SciFoo badge just inside out, there was a modified Google Search Box on the other side with an “I am feeling Evil” button) components desperately needed, but… Continue reading Last minute, low budget Halloween costume: Mr. Evil Google