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3D Printed Thermotaxis Platform

Kirby Leo, summer volunteer in Dr. Noelle L’Etoile’s research lab in the Dept. of Cell & Tissue Biology, 3D printed a Thermotaxis Platform she had designed using Blender.

3D printing
“This platform will be used for a temperature adaptation assay. We will observe how C. Elegans change their temperature preference when exposed to extracellular vesicles” – Kirby.
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