Embryology course ’16: Magic will happen | The Node

Embryology course '16: Magic will happen | The Node
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Three students in the 2016 MBL Embryology course—Joaquín Navajas Acedo of the Stowers Institute, Aleisha Symon of Monash University, and Tsai-Ming Lu of Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology— write about their experience for The Node:

“We write this while we finish the last experiments for the final Show n’ Tell on Saturday full of reluctance to finish this course. Samples fly all over the lab; solutions are changed and something blue boils somewhere in the room.

“Looking back, six weeks ago we had an approximate idea of what the MBL Embryology Course was about: people doing science 24/7, lectures and a lot of organisms with names you can barely pronounce. What we did not know is that the experience was all of that and more.  Read more …

Source: MBL Embryology Course 2016 | The Node

Joaquin Navajas Acedo in the Embryology course lab.

Joaquin Navajas Acedo in the Embryology course lab.