Bordeaux, France, taken on May 18, 2012
With a new year comes a new horizon and new hope. I’m currently on holiday and have forgotten everything about work with the intention to empty my brain and start afresh in 2017. As a researcher, my job is to publish papers and that would have to be my top priority in the upcoming year, before my contract expires. I’m going to have to push myself and get those manuscripts written and published, and it’s not going to be easy!
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on December 2, 2014
Two years in the MiMe research and lab and many things still continue to amuse me. One of my favourite things in the lab is the random doodles on the fume hoods drawn by…well, I don’t know who drew them, actually. But I guess when you’re spin-coating all day, you might as well exert some creativity to counter boredom!
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on October 7, 2016
While taking some readings for a 96-well plate today I realized that the wells were reflecting the keyboard underneath, which made the whole plate look pretty darn cool and even kaleidoscopic.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on July 13, 2016
An ELISA day means it’s time for a lot of samples…the joys of science!
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on May 9, 2016
Sometimes when you are doing monotonous tasks in the lab, moments of epiphany strike. You may be wondering what is the point of spin-coating 100 samples, but in one split second you realize – spin-coating is life! Of course it may just be a labmate’s epiphanies scribbled on the glass hood, but worth a thought? 😉