Visiting the Communities, Part 1: 3-day Life Education Sessions – Blog Post #4

Continuing to post all my blogs 🙂

June, Sunday 26th

This week has truly been the most amazing and inspiring experience. I never knew that at 20 years of age, I would get to do actual public health, community-based field work. There is so much I want to talk about, so I am going to split it up into three posts. This is what I’ve been up to:

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Some Good News!

July 26th

It turns out that my partner and I haven’t been as unsuccessful at finding single molecules as we thought. When we presented our data at group meeting earlier this week, we showed our single molecule dye scans from the previous week like usual. Some of our scans had a few bright distinctive molecules with high counts from our detector, while other scans only had dimmer molecules. My partner semi-joking called this “reproducible inconsistency” in our data, and we shrugged off what we thought was another week of inconclusive data.

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End Summer, Enter Fall


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