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Our teachers show off the laboratory coats that they earned through hard work at the bench this summer!
Nike Akinyode, Keesha Bolden and Will Furiosi discuss their action research proposals during a break in the program content.
Nike Akinyode and Will Furiosi work through "Pipetting by Design" on the first lab day of CATALySES 2017.
Francisco Saravia purifies oral bacterial DNA with Instagene beads.
Simone Barnes uses a micropipette to transfer solution for bacterial PCR.
Shavon Hendrix and Niya Clark load an agarose gel to analyze DNA prior to sequencing submission.
Keesha Bolden and Chris Druyff explore DNA cleanup methods.
Alejandro Krause, Steven Wilkie, Simone Barnes and Carlia Vaughn show off their CATALySES swag during a presentation on community engagement for mosquito control.
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