It’s come to that latter phase of my Ph. D where I’m training others to take on my lab duties… and these include maintaining the moths that I’ve previously posted about.
It’s a relief, but also kind of sad… I’ll no longer be the Moth Overlord, sought after from across the land to set up infections for people (mostly myself, but, oh well).
When I’d close my eyes at the end of an infection day, I’d see you wiggling away as that image had burnt into my retinas… I’d creep out shop attendants when I’d ask for raw honeycomb ‘not for human consumption’… granola has taken on a whole new meaning when it’s literally what I feed to you all…
What? I just have dirt in my eyes. That’s all…
Onwards to better things, right?
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A Ph. D graduate in Microbiology, residing in Victoria, Australia. Now working part time at a secret location as a Communications and Data Officer. 👀 🦠 🧫 🧬