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Links 1 through 10 of 69 by Charlie Schick tagged fun

"The nature of the day was participatory, so instead of doing a presentation on stage (as I did at Interesting 2007), this time I attempted to get all 200ish people in the room trying, making and tasting things. By-the-by, this is also one of the hardest things I’ve done in years – scaling to 200 people took an awful amount of thinking and prep. Apologies if I’ve seemed scatty in the last few weeks."

Always something fun and interesting from this guy. He's a practical microbiologist too!

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"“This is my favorite protocol for extracting DNA — mostly because it seems like a magic trick,’’ said Mackenzie Cowell, an amateur scientist who was leading a hands-on workshop to show that, with simple kitchen equipment and procedures, anyone can begin to examine his or her genetic material."

Go, Mac!

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"Hey DIYbio-Boston peeps. I’ve been making progress on getting us a lab space here in the Boston area."

So full of awesomeness.

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Great comic on what kind of comments a science paper might get.

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