@vidyasagar In fact, of the 216 award recipients in the Physiology or Medicine category, 180 used animal models in their research.
@vidyasagar - Isaac Asimov
Best year-end list so far: Nature’s 10 - https://www.nature.com/immersive/d41586-018-07683-5/index.html
so 2 days left before my short session class begins and I wanted to ask a question: if you use a laptop/mac or a tablet/ipad, what are your favorite note-taking apps? I've been using OneNote and while I love it for the organization, exporting it is a MESS sometimes. hell, even printing notes can be a hassle sometimes.
One taught me love;
Onr taught me patience;
One taught me pain
compilation of ridiculous quotes from my astro prof Show more
A few personal favorites:
“Watch out for theorists, the have very few morals”
“So you have a big D, but do you have lambda?”
“And then you die or whatever”
@JamieEllison have you read the diary of a space zucchini from NASA? It’s a short read but very worth it from both an entertainment and science pov !
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