Days Thirty-Four thru Forty: From the LHC to the Mediterranean Sea

This week marked a good amount of latitudinal travel for yours truly; however, all this travel wasn't without a great amount of hard work and extensive planning to make it all happen. Good things come to those who bust their butts. Day Thirty-Four Test one of two completed (in cell and molecular biology, if you're … Continue reading Days Thirty-Four thru Forty: From the LHC to the Mediterranean Sea

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Days Twenty-Eight Thru Thirty-Three: When In Rome…

...Do your best to study for a cell and molecular biology exam and your ACS organic chemistry final exam. You can throw a synthesis laboratory report in there, too. The past week and a half have been extremely busy, filled with tests, laboratory experiments, and travel (hence the delay in my latest post.) With the … Continue reading Days Twenty-Eight Thru Thirty-Three: When In Rome…

Days Twenty-One Thru Twenty-Six: French Wines and Cheeses.

French wines and cheeses, or french fries and Cheez-Its? I'm willing to bet that Jimmy Buffett may have had one too many margaritas to distinguish between the two, but after the week we've had, some of us have the palate to distinguish between different types of wine and cheeses.┬áThis week was by far one of … Continue reading Days Twenty-One Thru Twenty-Six: French Wines and Cheeses.

Days Sixteen Thru Twenty: All Stairs Lead to Paris

Disclaimer: This entry is making up for five days of my journey. This will be a lengthy post. It is often said that all roads lead to Rome, and in many ways, they are correct. It can also be said that all stairs lead to Paris, and I for one can confirm this assertion. Day … Continue reading Days Sixteen Thru Twenty: All Stairs Lead to Paris