Ph.Diva and the Mystery Band – Animation of Life in the Biotech lab

Check out the prequel (Ph.Diddy): www.youtube.com PCR April Brite (aka the Ph.Diva) is a biotech Postdoc. April is thrilled when her abstract is picked for an oral presentation, and starts preparing her presentation. When her PCR does not go exactly as planned, she sets off on a journey filled with frustrations, anticipation, fascination and determination. Will our Ph.Diva make it in time for her conference? Acknowledgements: This video is inspired by all the dedicated everyday-heroes-of-science. Applied Biosystems recognizes your passion and admires your perseverance! BY POPULAR DEMAND – the song is now available on iTunes! itunes.apple.com All proceeds will be donated to a good cause to be determined by our fans on Facebook : www.facebook.com ———————————- Lyrics: There’s just three weeks left until the conference deadline My next post-doc and funding’s on the line I just got off a call with a great opportunity They rate my work so much, they want it given verbally! Need that last gel image so I don’t come unstuck Get the thermal cycler going, and tap the lid for luck My RT-PCR hasn’t quite gone as planned As there on the gel…. is a total mystery band! The pressure builds again – ANTICIPATION Curiosity game – A FACINATION Results to obtain – DETERMINATION Something here defies explanation! The pressure builds again – ANTICIPATION Curiosity game – A FACINATION Results to obtain – DETERMINATION Discovery through experimentation! I’ve checked for DNA
Video Rating: 4 / 5

17 Replies to “Ph.Diva and the Mystery Band – Animation of Life in the Biotech lab”

  1. i dono but when i was undergraduate i already work all those…..cell culture, PCR, gel electrophoresis….etc…i seriously doubt that did i overwork myself to learn all those since i will eventually learn all those in master or phd…..

  2. PI’s perspective! Oh, the woe of being a PI, students hassling you all the time, waste of funding on botched experiments, other PIs having much less lazy students than you do. At least that’s what my PI says ;___;

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