Feeding Cells
Lauren studies biochemistry, microbiology and molecular biology in an isolation chamber––isolating protein from the nucleus of a safe E.Coli cell. 

Why?
To understand how specific proteins convert from light energy to chemical energy, becoming food for a cell

Where?
Penn State, University Park campus, Pennsylvania, USA, South Frear Building

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    I want to do this I’m so jealous of that girl right now
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    it seems like, that’s very sterile… :o
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    Good shot of this type of setup.
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  20. startingatone answered: Why can’t animals photosynthesize like plants can (without symbiotic other)? Can animals adapt chloroplasts, like they’ve done mitochondria?
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