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*I love snow. I get that excited little kid feeling every time it starts snowing. Skiing is also one of my favorite hobbies, such that I am always wishing for more snow (although its not working out so well this season...). Check out this cool [http://www.snowcrystals.com/ site] about snow crystals. It's really amazing how beautiful snowflakes are.
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*I love snow. I get that excited little kid feeling every time it starts snowing. Skiing is also one of my favorite hobbies, such that I am always wishing for more snow (although I couldn't seem to wait long enough for it last season...). Check out this cool [http://www.snowcrystals.com/ site] about snow crystals. It's really amazing how beautiful snowflakes are.
*Here is an excellent tutorial on how [http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2657697036715872139 translation] works, with an introduction by the 1971 version of nobel laureate [http://nobelprize.org/chemistry/laureates/1980/berg-cv.html Paul Berg]. I'd like to see it in classrooms everywhere. '''tRNA! peptide bond!'''
*Here is an excellent tutorial on how [http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2657697036715872139 translation] works, with an introduction by the 1971 version of nobel laureate [http://nobelprize.org/chemistry/laureates/1980/berg-cv.html Paul Berg]. I'd like to see it in classrooms everywhere. '''tRNA! peptide bond!'''

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Random Stuff

  • I love snow. I get that excited little kid feeling every time it starts snowing. Skiing is also one of my favorite hobbies, such that I am always wishing for more snow (although I couldn't seem to wait long enough for it last season...). Check out this cool site about snow crystals. It's really amazing how beautiful snowflakes are.
  • Here is an excellent tutorial on how translation works, with an introduction by the 1971 version of nobel laureate Paul Berg. I'd like to see it in classrooms everywhere. tRNA! peptide bond!

Declarations

  • I have the messiest bench (and desk) in the lab. Paradoxically, I am a tyrant about cleanliness in common lab areas.


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