On the utility of generalists
I recently moved from a larger company to a smaller company, and noticed some differences in where and how generalists were useful.
On Remote Work
Remote work is a big topic during COVID, and as someone who has worked mostly remotely for almost 10 years, I wanted to write down my thoughts.
Project graveyards as guideposts
I was inspired recently to think about old, dead projects as guideposts based on another idea: reasearch graveyards
How I manage my notes
I have spent a long time trying to find the right practice for taking notes, and I think I finally found a method that I like
Cell lysis is the scientist name for 'breaking open a cell'. Here I go over ways of breaking open cells.
Growing neurons Overview
This is the first in a series of blog posts about what it takes to grow neuronal cultures.
Saving cells for future use is extermely useful. In this post, I go over a basic cryopreservation technique
MAP kinase comes up as a canonical example in much of systems biology, and I wanted to write a short post about what it actually is
Immortal cell lines
Immortal cell lines are immensely useful to research. They allow us to produce fully differentiated cells in high quantities.
One of the foundations of biology is proteins.