Finally, a mid autumn weekend is coming. The week was full of actions and emotions!
LAMS-experiment has made us to conclude:
1. Episyrphus like to stuck in their metabolic waste;
2. Me and Malin have to redo our 1st grade, because somehow there were either more tubes than images or other way around.
In spite of this, the experiment has been done and data are waiting for analysis :)
We are very thankful to Prof. Dan Larhammar who organised this event and managed time so nicely that we had a possibility to discuss our own research with Prof. Lamb.
Malin can be very proud this week! Her cousin from the Department of Medical Cell Biology received her PhD degree! Read more here. It was really nice to see enthusiastic Malin showing our lab to her grandma who is a teacher with a passion to biology! And it was great to hear that she likes out LAMS-setup!
And now happy Malin with her great poster is on her way to the Sensory Ecology Course. This course is really cool! I was there 2 years ago and it was wonderful: two weeks of intense amazing lectures, poster sessions and an excursion to the bird ringing station at Falsterbo penninsula! Malin will tell us more about it once she will be back!
And I've almost finished field work data analysis! Hopefully, it will turn into a nice paper! It took a while to organise photos in a right order and at some point I felt as a character of "A beautiful mind" :) In my next post I'll be focused on the details of the field work and some interesting findings.