Making the Most out of Nitrile Gloves: Micro-Pirate and PCR-Man

March 30, 2010 § 1 Comment

In molecular biology student labs, waiting for a gel to run can make Science kids antsy.

But not Christine and David.  Instead of sitting around and waiting like the rest of us boring folks, these two immediately put their creativity to work constructing nitrile balloon-people.

Ladies and gentlemen, meet Micro-Pirate (pictured with Micro-Pipette):

And PCR-Man:

A pair of nitrile gloves, a Sharpie, and an air inlet have never before been so entertaining.

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