In which the respite of keeping cells alive is described
In which the joy of polarized light microscopy is alloyed by recognizing a blue big blistering blunder
All six washing machines are filled. Maybe I am earlier than on past Sundays or maybe the place is busier? One of the machines was done, and feeling a little sheepish handling someone else’s clothing, I placed it on top…
I tell the tale of a preliminary, or pilot, experiment. The ‘sky’ comes in as I spend time looking out the window from my office. Sea too.
In which the week’s progress is recounted and as a bonus I invent a good term for calesthenics with numbers.
A quiet week at Woods Hole.
And fires get laid and lit at MBL with the summer projects begining.
Where progress is made toward purifying cell walls.
Blogging returns after a 3 month hiatus with a brief account of what happens to cell walls when cells are ground up.