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In this thread we post the most expensive biological research instruments we have used thus far.

Olympus BX61. I think its somewhere around $18,000 new.

Yeah I know, I haven't got to use any real toys yet.
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>>10496348
Brainlets clog it regularly.

>>10496368
Yes I think so too. 1M eur maybe?
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Not for Biological research, but the most expensive piece of equipment I've used so far is a Philips XL-30 ESEM. Was told it's around 2m new.
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>>10496235
lol
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>>10496163
The most expensive instrument I’ve used was a high frequency NMR machine. I think it cost well into the six figures, and I’ve heard or very high end NMR machines costing about a million
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>>10496348
that's why all expensive equipment has service contracts

why we spend billions to explore and research space instead of our own planet?
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>>10497305
I like the cut of this guys jib.
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>>10492425
Because one day, we're going to need more than this planet.
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>>10492425
Because it's not of incredible use to us and discovery for the sake of discovery is vain and gay.
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>>10492425
Why work if you could just sit home and play vidya
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>>10498391
lol I do just that

/sci/ how can I build a time machine and go back to when my life wasn't shit, I wasn't in my pain, my parent wasn't dead, and I had acquired a hot Asian wife at a young age?

Why did people ever think there was a Theory of Everything?
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>>10487865
1 reality = 1 law
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>>10489564
""""/sci/""""
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>>10495817
CTMU vs IUT
Who wins?
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>>10498321
>1 reality = 1 law
This makes perfect sense and I agree.

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Anyone know if 50% breast milk and 50% formula for a diet is as healthy as 100% breast milk? Wife has good /sci/ job and I'm in grad school online so it makes sense for me to stay at home. Could that ratio even be lower to 30% bm?
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>>10498311
tee bee aitch anyone wanting to do this should drink nothing but Boost or Ensure for the amount of time they intend to keep their kid on fomula. Made by the same companies, made of just about the same stuff, mofos need to see how it feels and taste to suck down artificially flavored, veggie oil-coated, whey and corn syrup globules instead of the perfect natural delicious food crafted by God himself, or hundreds of millions of years of evolution, for your benefit
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Just use the tits goddamn.
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>>10497215
this
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>>10496284
>so it makes sense for me to stay at home
You will be cucked and the child will suffer tremendously from have half a man as a father.
Why do otherwise smart people make such bad decisions ?

Also your wife will never say this, but she is going to be less attracted to you if she is the breadwinner .
No matter what her politics, this will occur
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>>10496284
>in grad school
>stupid enough to ask for advice on 4chan and waiting for replies
>instead of just googling it
why are you like this?

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Or does this require consulting demons?
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>>10498186
https://lmgtfy.com/?q=is+there+a+cure+for+bipolar
Delete this thread.
/thread
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>>10498186
a cocktail of various pills
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>>10498186
just take your pills and learn to live with it
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Depending on the type of Bipolar disorder the medication can be different, usually lithium is used as Mood stabilizer, SSRIs as well, and you can learn stratgeies that involve effective communication to improve interpersonal relationships. It is also useful to seek family therapy, aince closed one are required to understand your condition, and also develop strategies to help during hypomanic or manic episodes. There are unfortunately no cure, but a lot of people learn to live with it and can do wonderful things.

>i'm going to an interview with the ICTP in an hour and a half

I'm scared lads

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Hi, I'm an I.T student and I'm currently doing a small experimental study where I make an online attendance system that just uses web browsers and no hardware like RFID scanners. If I were to market this said system to a large target online (i.e i post my system specs online trying to find buyers), what are the basic output and reports expected from the system?
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we aren't doing your homework for you

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Am starting at the lowest level and intro physics and I'm about to start working through this book, is it good
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>>10496715
Why not just get a normal freshman physics book?
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>>10496838
not him but am I the only one who thinks all assigned texts suck? I have never had a textbook where I didn't find a more useful, clearer, more succinct but still thorough alternative
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>>10497130
this.
many time teachers use a book just because of the order of subjects to use as a guide not because its nescessarily a good book

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Nuclear power plant vs nuclear submarine
Which produces more radiation or poses the greater threat to its surroundings if something were to go wrong?
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>>10495087
>Nuclear submarines carry nuclear missiles
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>>10495080
So the nuclear submarine is safer to use?But which generates or contains the most radiation?
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>>10496651

probably the submarine since it's reactor is run hotter than a traditional plant so the radiation within has a greater density. The submarine also has lots of radioactive non-fuel substances on board (within the nuclear warheads) and it's reactor probably supports hot loading.
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>>10495043
The reactors were designed for subs. They were never meant to be scaled up to grid size and therefore they were never safe.
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>>10495043
The nuclear power plant poses the greater threat, but the chances of that threat eventuating are much smaller.

>snubbing this for the space shuttle

what the fuck?
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>>10495205
Ye Olde NERVA was made in an era you couldn't clad the fuel in the reactor to keep fallout from being eroded from it into your exhaust. Modern ceramics have solved the problem, which is why NASA is working pretty hard on updated versions. The caveat is NASA's new-NERVA is intended only for vacuum use (for now) for political reasons.
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>>10495205
you think that's bad they can create enough energy to destroy planets twice our size instantly with nuclear weapons and they don't use it for space travel potential. enjoy being trapped on planet prison.
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>>10497713
Spend less time on Youtube.
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Republicans killed it because they were doing their best to kill NASA.
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>>10496432
i know the actual fuel is hydrogen, i meant the radioactive part.

How to get smarter? Can intelligence be increased? I’m not smart since I failed a few courses in uni. I studied for a Mass Com degree. I scored 120 IQ back in the 2nd grade.
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>>10497702

>mitochondrial biogenesis

that happens all the time, retard.
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>>10497730
Do I want larger size or density?
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>>10497458
It should come down to how many hours a week you spend in a particular subject.

If you have accumulated +10,000 hours you would be an expert.
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