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Bubbles, unicorns, rafts, wonderful colleagues - no, really, what more could you ask for?
Rodal lab visits the Rose Museum!
Cheese and cake at Walden Pond.
Tania passes Steve the ceremonial tres leche cake.
Anna gives us a data update before the pool party at Avi's house
Lab picnic to celebrate the end of classes
It's great when the fly kitchen manager also used to be a professional baker. Thanks, Rachel!
The annual pool party at Avi's house
Everyone wins when we go apple picking ... even the chickens.
Avi and Rylie got each other (surprise!) microscope necklaces
Amy and Tania escort Loki to Rylie's these defense
For Troy's birthday, Steve made him a Meatcake. (Delicious turkey and sauce enrobed in mashed potatoes and adorned with delicate scorched pearl onions.)
Congrats, Dr. Charlotte!
Anna and Katy graduate with highest honors. Bonus hugbomb: Tania and Dr. Zach!
Milo helps Zach with his first task as a newly minted PhD.
Our first PhD student Dr. Sarah Biber graduates
Avi puts on her best Cersei face
Nothing says "goodbye and good luck" like silly string
Waltham High School students learn about disease models in fruit flies.
We spoke to the students about our career path in science (among many other disciplines).
Click the photo for a panorama shot of our lab at WHS!
Avi shows the students everyday objects magnified at 40x and listens to their observations and questions. (They are doing the work of scientists and they don't even realize it!)
Preschoolers from the Lemberg Children's Center visited our lab to learn about our science!
These kiddos observe differences in how the larvae crawl depending on their genotypes.
Whimsy (a.k.a. everything else)
Loki the dangernoodle loves imaging almost as much as her owner Rylie.
Our science goes to eleven
Our dearly departed Kiraloo Vindaloo
Pedro Corner Spider PhD
Where's our candy, Genesee Scientific?
Lab photos through the years
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