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Revision as of 12:48, 6 June 2007

Noah Johnson

Calender

<calendar> name=IGEM:PennState/Labbook/NoahJohnson date=2007/04/01 view=threemonths format=%name/%year-%month-%day weekstart=7 </calendar>

<calendar> name=IGEM:PennState/Labbook/NoahJohnson date=2007/07/01 view=threemonths format=%name/%year-%month-%day weekstart=7 </calendar>

<calendar> name=IGEM:PennState/Labbook/NoahJohnson date=2007/10/01 view=threemonths format=%name/%year-%month-%day weekstart=7 </calendar>

[April 30, 2007-Bacterial Conjugation Presentation]

[May 24, 2007-Restriction Digest]

[May 30, 2007-Biofilms Presentation]

[June 4, 2007-iGEM Meeting Presentation]

[June 6, 2007-Research]


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