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What have we been up to? (Apr 2022)

April 2022

There is simply never enough time in the day this time of year, so everyone is trying to get 40 hours out of each day including weekends. Brad, Sharon, and Jennifer have made a great team in the field in setting up a large 40-colony experiment this summer, although Sharon is also simultaneously coordinating the BeeMORE recruitment and hiring process. Dina, our new Genetics Technician, has been quickly getting up to speed on all of our processes and has already cranked out new pathogen samples through our Queen & Disease Clinic. Ali actually came to visit us from Vancouver for a week in mid-March in order to learn some qPCR techniques and even help out in the field when we were making up mating nucs. Right now we have about a half-dozen major projects and even more to write up, so we will certainly stay busy this active research season!

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