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Inside the Lab
'Cuz science is cool.
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These trained lab scientists get the fun job of analyzing their little Lego DNA.

Here they have a PCR Thermal Cycler (yes, I actually know what some of these machines are supposed to be) It copies DNA sequences.

This high-powered microscope helps the scientists scrutinize individual cells.

Cooler/ A big fridge with a glass door

A technician at work.

Chemicals and fire! That guy must be having fun!

Bonus fact: Scientists have traced all human DNA back to one man and one woman.

Here’s the DNA sequencer which can read single DNA units.

And with the front open

On a side note, this whole project started with me fiddling around with trying to find a creative use for the space gun/nozzle pieces that make up the DNA sculpture sides. While I was trying out different ideas with them, my mom commented that they reminded her of DNA. After that came the sculpture, the lab equipment, the lab…

In the corner is the centrifuge (currently being maintenced)which spins substances around until they separate. Kinda (but not quite) like how those carnival rides can spin people around until their lunch separates from them.

And, of course, a security guard making sure everyone's alright.

"All fixed. Boy, am I thirsty, though!"

"Mmmmmm...Mello Yellow!"



"HEY! Where's my sulfure trioxide!"

(Joke inspired by a Far Side comic)

Some extra pictures of the lab and sculpture:


Ethan M.
August Russ
  February 22, 2011
make sour jello that is what i'm eating right now Haha!
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  February 22, 2011
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  January 16, 2011
Neat technique on that double helix. The lab as a whole is well-built as well, and the binoculars make for good microscopes, I see.
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  December 20, 2010
Thats one sweet technique... 5/5!
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  November 30, 2010
Quoting Ali Cooper-Williams Is the DNA Strand for sale if so I'll pay $25! Ali
I wasn't planning on selling it; and if you really want it you could just build it yourself using the photos as a guide; it's not a complex build.
Ethan M.
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Ali Cooper-Williams
  November 28, 2010
Is the DNA Strand for sale if so I'll pay $25! Ali
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  October 15, 2010
Sweet double-helix!
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  September 29, 2010
Yes indeed, science is cool, and so is humor. You have payed some nice homage to both here. Hip, hip, hurrah!
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  June 20, 2010
Excellent work, the DNA sculpture technique came out great. Nannan did a DNA sculpture using trans colored pieces and a different technique for a similar effect; check it out if you haven't.~H
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  June 18, 2010
Wow, even more comments! Thanks!
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  June 16, 2010
Very nice, science is cool, I don't know much about DNA though, the typical sight of a clean lab, great job
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  May 12, 2010
Hey, great lab design and I love that DNA model. Very, very cool.
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  April 11, 2010
I'm sure the scientists in "GATTACA" would have been proud. Nice lab structure. I like the equipment.
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  April 10, 2010
Neat science lab mate, the ladder like construct is fantastic, cheers for the help also...
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  April 3, 2010
I love the 'DNA Strand'... took me just about forever to figure out what parts you used. Clever work!
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  March 17, 2010
Thanks to all of you for your comments!
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  March 17, 2010
Quoting Shannon Young Instead of the gray cylinders, using four different colors to represent the four nucleotides would have been awesome.
That would indeed have looked cool! Unfortunately, I don't have enough of the colored cylinders to do that.
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  March 16, 2010
Nifty techniques and fine details all over!
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  March 16, 2010
The DNA is spectacular!
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  March 16, 2010
Nice work on the lab all around. Took me a bit to figure out what piece you were using for the DNA thing, but once I did I was very impressed. Wouldn't have thought such a construction would be that stable. Instead of the gray cylinders, using four different colors to represent the four nucleotides would have been awesome.
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  March 15, 2010
Oh wow. That DNA thing is really nice.
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