So after a long and intense summer and first half of fall quarter, the iGEM international competition came and concluded. So now I get the chance to walk down the lab (towards the gel room!) a few more feet and start work on the aquarium project I am helping with in the Eisen Lab. I can now devote more time to the processes of the project, and not just be involved with going to retrive samples from the aquarium, and trying to figure out where we keep our Taq Polymerase. I will try and come in the lab in the next few days, and figure out the workflow and how to get this project going. I am very excited for the project as well as hoping for some actual success in our process. This is the first of many blog posts as well, so stay tuned for the next segment of our project!
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