I got to help my mother-in-law judge her elementary school's science fair projects: I did 5th grade and a large portion of 4th. I thought I could do more than that, but I got too tired. I was amused by some of the purpose and hypothesis statements. All the projects were really cute. None of them really had controls though. The ones that weren't actually experiments we skipped.
What's going on in my corner of the science world? Find out here!
Rolling Statuses: Technical journal blog. Here you may discover what the daily life of a grad student looks like: day-to-day snippets of life, clutter, rolling statuses and unimportant fluff.
Progress Updates: Will include entries with more meaningful science.
Weekly lab report: My write-ups on what I did each week (I posted these publicly during my rotation but not as much now. That may change.)
Here is a link to collected writing, poster and presentation tips.
As of February 8, 2014 I have officially joined the Salaita lab!! Very exciting. Stay tuned for updates. "Micro Min" category equates to grad school journaling; most of these have moved to my status updates blog under Home tab. See "progress updates" on this blog for more important news.