Monthly Archives: July 2013

Internship Season in DC

Have you ever learned about something, only to go into the field and find out that it’s much more complicated, yet simultaneously much simpler than you expected? It’s a phenomenon that I’ve become accustomed to in the world of liberal … Continue reading

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Week 8: Eating One’s Way Through Summer Research

This past week brought one of the most exciting events of Summer Research: The Annual Summer Research Dessert Competition! Among many entries, there were dessert that resembled fruit flies, mice, and a lizard. My entry was a cake that depicted … Continue reading

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WhAAAAATTT? CAAATTT?: Week 7 and Adventures in DNA Analysis

Last week, I sent off forty samples to be analyzed. Thus, this week has been about DNA analysis. It’s definitely interesting to see all the combinations that can be made with just four letters (ACTG). Well, unless it’s RNA, then … Continue reading

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Finding a Community: Week Six of Summer Research

Hello All! Hope you had a great 4th of July! Mine was filled with friends, fireworks, and good food. Looking back on the past week, a couple of things have stood out. One, getting to read non school related books … Continue reading

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