Sometimes, Prof-like Substance writes at The Spandrel Shop, when he gets the methods section for a paper or during a lab meeting, he notices that the protocols used are a bit different than the ones established for the lab. "I don't mind people trying to improve protocols in a systematic way, nor do I discourage people from troubleshooting lab issues," Prof-like Substance says.

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