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It is interesting to realize how as the years pass, time gets compartmentalized, for better or worse. First it was the “week”, and then the “quarter”. Transitioning has been a good time to reflect, forget, and remember the last block and prepare fresh for what is to come. In some regards it is a sort of “pass” and chance to focus. While I am sure there was...
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With Spring Quarter approaching fast, I have decided to travel to the lab. Let’s get all the long lingering projects on the white board so maybe some things might be wrapped up. ~SR
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U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) to cancel a high-profi le and successful fellowship program that has brought more than 10,000 graduate students into elementary and secondary schools around the country.
Caroline's (better late then never?) March goals
Inspired by this lab tumble blog post I have decided to have no goals this month. Just kidding. I have made some progress with the MS-AFLP protocol getting better resolution using the polyacrylamide gel. This month I will be focusing on trying to detect differences in methylation patterns between different populations. In addition to working on the detecting patterns of population specific...
Mac's (what's left of ) March Goals
Reflecting on Feb, there was some progress made world of MSAP, which was a bright spot. Finally, I was able to get reproducibility between replicate enzyme digestion reactions. Whew! Caroline is doing some pioneering in terms of increasing resolution of the banding pattern, so I’ll wait and follow in her footsteps with that.. What’s ahead for the (rest of) March? Well, in order to...
Congrats to Caroline who was just awarded a 12-month NSF OACIS Fellowship!
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Emma's March Goals
Having accomplished my February goals for the most part I can embark on new goals for March. My paper for Sea Grant, reviewing and predicting the impacts of climate change on groundfish, is due at the end of March. So one of my main goals for March is to produce a solid draft of the paper. The life history summaries are already done and I am now working on reviews of the fisheries and impacts...
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