A wonderfully sleazy, languorous, unhinged award-winning short by Sophie Koko Gate. To wit`:
A day in the life of Tanya, a curious woman who has developed a taste for lab made lovers.
You might want to shut the curtains.
He’s too ‘cool’ to wear his regulation PPE?
crystal meth experiments unsafe.
Lab Student writes:
DCU [Dublin City University] are advertising that they are in the top 1% of the world’s universities, yet the photo in their ad (above) shows one of the lab students not using correct lab protocol. Check the Facebook comments [At link below] for more..
From A Dog’s Life dog rescue charity Dunboyne, Co Meath::
Devastated was the only word for poor Goldie (above) today. My heart broke for him – surrendered to pound because his family were having a second child and would no longer have enough time for him. He is 7 years old and he is taking it hard…….so worried today I had to coax him gently from his kennel. Poor boy is so stressed. In kennel 20. As a surrender he needed out ASAP……couldn’t leave him behind .couldn’t leave him behind today as he was so unhappy so he is in our care but needs fosterer ASAP.today as he was so unhappy so he is in our care but needs fosterer ASAP.
In the quest to grow replacement human organs in the lab, livers are no doubt at the top of many a barfly’s wish list. With its wide range of functions that support almost every organ in the body and no way to compensate for the absence of liver function, the ability to grow a replacement is also the focus of many research efforts. Now, for the first time, researchers have been able to successfully engineer miniature livers in the lab using human liver cells.