hstein3: I had a friend in grad school who had worked for an NIH lab. He said that they kept a rack of vials and beakers full of various Kool-Aids in the back of the lab for whenever movie/documentary makers would come by. If they needed generic "Science in action" scenes, they'd drag out the Kool-Aid and start pipetting it from one container to another.Also popular: Old school sequencing gels. Those gel slabs were enormous, so having big green bands of dye visible on them was a nice visual.
pkrzycki: Why the F U, C K is no one wearing A) Goggles, and B) Gloves... SMH
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