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[[Image:Private-public.jpg|thumb|right|Students in Wendy Jacob's 'Introduction to Visual Arts' class participate in an installation on private space in a public location in Lobby 7 on Friday, Dec. 9. Picture by Donna Coveney, from [http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/techtalk-info.html Tech Talk], [http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2005/private-public-1214.html 14 December 2005].]]
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[[Image:yeem.jpg|thumb|right|Photo courtesy of [[User:Mackenzie L. Cowell|Mackenzie Cowell]].]]
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==Mike Yee Facts==
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'''Mike Yee''' is a graduate student in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Michigan. He conducts research on human intestinal microflora with Nina Lin's group in the Chemical Engineering Department.
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*[[User:Yeem|Mike Yee]] once won a competitive eating contest and a swim meet at the same time.
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* [[User:Yeem|Mike Yee]] invented wool.
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* After a long day of classes, [[User:Yeem|Mike Yee]] enjoys knitting, archery, and saving busloads of orphans from careening off cliffs.
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*[[User:Yeem|Mike Yee]] gets off at the third floor, but hopes to one day reach the tenth.
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*[[User:Yeem|Mike Yee]] watches "Everybody Loves Raymond", because, well, that's just a damn good show.
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*[[User:Yeem|Mike Yee]] is in [[BE.109]] and [[BE.180]]
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Yee has been active on [[Main_Page|OpenWetWare]] since the spring of 2006, and currently serves as a member of the [[OWW:SC|steering committee]].

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Photo courtesy of Mackenzie Cowell.
Photo courtesy of Mackenzie Cowell.

Mike Yee is a graduate student in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Michigan. He conducts research on human intestinal microflora with Nina Lin's group in the Chemical Engineering Department.

Yee has been active on OpenWetWare since the spring of 2006, and currently serves as a member of the steering committee.

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