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Postdoc positions available in the Broderick lab! Projects are focused on radical SAM enzyme mechanisms, or deciphering novel pathways for iron-sulfur acquisition by methanogens. Contact Joan Broderick at jbroderick@montana.edu for more information. Please R/T.

Our next online seminar is on 23rd March at 4pm GMT and will be given by Prof Katherine Franz from Duke University!

"Infectiously Inorganic: Bioinorganic approaches for antimicrobial activity"

Please register!

https://ibdgorguk.wordpress.com/online-seminar-series/ via @wordpressdotcom

A message today from a grad student @DukeChemistry made my day. They just wanted me to know that encouragement by another prof has been really impactful to their well-being and productivity.

What a beautiful thing. A culture of care and support and a desire to pass it forward.

Hey #chemtwitter has anyone ever hand washed 384 black bottom plates and re-used them for RNA or protein fluorescence screening? If so, what were the most helpful tips/protocols? 384 black bottom have been out of stock for a while so I am looking for alternative method/solutions

Thank you @AntoniasHillsborough and ⁦@RMHDurhamWake⁩ for the awesome risotto box and video instructions. Supporting the families of RonaldMcDonald House and learning new cooking techniques = awesomeness.
#KeepingFamiliesClose #DashOfLove #ChemistsWhoCook

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A few other Franz Lab members are also on Twitter! Follow Anna and Catherine.