Category Archives: patron saints of labs

Lab Ninjas – ANIMAL edition

I like to think of myself as a lab person. I think on average, I have a decent knowledge of the technical aspects of noble gas analysis. I have built a He extraction line from scatch, I’ve been involved with … Continue reading

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Show us your lab – BWRU edition

Following Lab Lemming and Sara at Life is Nich si mal as well as the related field photo post from …Or Something I am contributing pictures of my old lab. This is kind of cheating, because I no longer work … Continue reading

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Merit Badges and MacGyver

I know the MacGyver topic is getting a tab old now, but I was fumbling through the science-o-blogosphere (not as smooth off the tongue as geoblogosphere) and I found this “organization.” They call themselves the Order of the Science Scouts … Continue reading

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Angus MacGyver, Patron Saint of Noble Gas Labs

I’d like to nominate MacGyver as the patron saint of noble gas thermochronology labs. I had originally thought that perhaps he could represent all labs, and perhaps I need to expand my definition, but I have my reasons. Let me … Continue reading

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