Suzanne Kennedy either has a great sense of humor or terrible labmates (we're hoping for the former). Don't miss her blog post at Bitesize Bio on "10 ways people piss off their co-workers in the lab" -- equal parts entertaining and groan-inducing. Among the peeves she lists: using up all the buffer and not replacing it; contaminating the lab; and using shared equipment when it's been signed out by someone else.

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