I came across these videos on YouTube, featuring E. coli & PCR. Strongly recommended for a great laugh!E. coli in search of a partner (French), by Lori:
E. coli in love singing “Every breath you take”, by Lori:
E. coli : Je mange (French), by Lori:
And last but not least: not related to E. coli, by PCR: please, welcome “The PCR Song”!
UPDATE: The Gibson Assembly (thanks, LabRat 🙂 ):
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If you like nerdy science video songs you should check out the Gibson Assembly Song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCWjJFU1be8 It was all filmed in a lab as well.
I’m a PhD student at Loughborough University in the UK. I found your name on the list of people who follow 23andme on Twitter, and followed a link in your profile to your blog. I was wondering if you’d be willing to fill in a survey for my PhD research, it’s for people who have either bought a genetic test from a company like 23andme, or are thinking of doing so.
There’s more information and a link to it at http://www-staff.lboro.ac.uk/~lsctre3/survey.html , it should only take about 10 minutes and would be really great if you could! If you have any questions then please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
p.s. Sorry if I’ve already sent you a message, I’m losing track of who I’ve sent one to.
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