laminar flow hood

Christopher T. Cole colect at mrs.umn.edu
Fri Sep 6 09:01:10 EST 2002


Ten years ago we bought two-four foot hoods instead of one larger hood, to
allow more flexibility in location and in how many students could work at
one time.  Better yet, we bought them used, saving lots of money.  They
have been fine since then, though we replaced one power cord last year.

Best wishe,
Chris Cole

At 10:13 PM 9/5/02 +0100, Virginia Berg wrote:
>Hi, folks. We just might be coming into some money, and one of the
>things the department would profit from is a laminar flow hood to do
>tissue culture. We are interested in this for students to use, not as a
>one-person operation. Does anybody out there have suggestions as to what
>to propose, and what not to propose? Thanks.
>
>-- Gini Berg
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>Home is not where you live, it's where you belong. -- Kobalenko, The
>Horizontal Everest
>
>Dr. Virginia Berg
>Professor, Plant Physiology
>Biology Department
>University of Northern Iowa
>Cedar Falls, IA USA 50614-0421
>
>bergv at uni.edu
>http://www.uni.edu/berg
>office: 319 273-2770
>fax: 319 273-2893
>
>
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Christopher T. Cole
Associate Professor of Biology
University of Minnesota - Morris
Morris, MN
colect at mrs.umn.edu
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