First day with a labSo I've only got 10 minutes left till my incubation is ready for the next step but I wanted to give you a quick update on my second day of classes.
This morning's lecture was given by John Raynes. It wasn't as interesting as yesterday's lecture, but not all days will be "fun" I'm sure. This afternoon's lab is on learning how to titrate across a 96 well plate & use a pipet. I feel like the class expert, as most of the students have never done "real" lab work. It's like I'm in a room full of SIP students (summer interns at Trudeau) - just this time they're not all asking me for advice - yeah!!
Today after school/work (5.30pm) Kevin & I are meeting up for coffee - he apparently saw me in the building last week during registration, but aside from that we've both been so busy we haven't been able to get together.
Gotta run, need to start the next step of my ELISA . . .