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  • n. Plural form of pipet.


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  • I would love to hear a track of the musical duet performed by pipets.

    Satisfaction in Mentoring

  • And at least with this intern, there is never any pressure to come up with something to say, and I am simply left to enjoy the musical duet performed by our clickety-clicking pipets.

    Satisfaction in Mentoring

  • I think good pipets (not pipettes) are absolutely priceless.

    This and That

  • I think good pipets are so important that, when I left the lab I was in before and learned that the PI was retiring and breaking down his lab, I put the pipetes I had purchased with my grant in my backpack on the way out the door.

    This and That

  • After all, it is a pretty long drive, and I could make some excuse about having to calibrate my pipets for an important experiment.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • Because with time comes a new sense of expectations, and the beauty that develops with new relationships, new pipets, and new places to eat lunch.

    Revolving Doors

  • I normally use glass pipets when adding chloroform for a particular protocol, but I didn't pay attention and used a plastic pipet instead .. once ... it dissolved before my eyes like it was being melted, then, after a moment it clicked --- stupid it's an organic solvent and this is plastic!!!!

    A Candid Chemist, She is Not

  • As a scientist, I spend a lot of time working with pipets, which can often lead to sore thumbs at the end of the work day.

    This and That

  • I went to the Experimental Biology meeting last year and spent some time walking around to the different vendors and feeling their pipets.

    This and That

  • When I got to my new MRU, the person I am sharing labspace with saw my personal pipets on my desk and said, "you know, I have a bunch of those."

    This and That


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