Thursday, October 2, 2008

The Fruit of My Labor

The poster is officially complete. Since this is about to be public information, I don't see any harm in posting an image of the poster here. So, if anyone is interested in the type of work that I do, take a look. Enjoy! Feel free to ask questions


8 comments:

kilax said...

You lost me with “Hydroxymethylglutaryl-CoA” (did I spell it right?!)

The poster does look nice and organized though! Can I get my synopsis when I see you on Saturday?

Andrew Skaff said...

You did spell it correctly. Congrats! I'll give you the rundown this weekend. I'm sure you'll enjoy it... or instantly fall asleep.

kilax said...

You could tell me as a bedtime story! :P

Just kidding ;)

Moflo said...

I have a question: is the poster actually in English? Because I have no idea what it says.

(You, however, are smarter than I am so I'm sure it will come as no shock that I don't get it.)

Andrew Skaff said...

kilax - I could tell you about it in the middle of the day and it would probably have the same effect as the bedtime story...

moflo - I would say that I know more about science, but I wouldn't make the claim that I am "smarter" than you are. Is the poster in English? Technically the answer would be yest, but it's in a science dialect of English meant to keep the non-science people away. It is, what is referred to as, "job security".

Moflo said...

"The answer would be yest"?

Is that part of the science dialect of English?

Andrew Skaff said...

What you would call a "misspelling", we scientists call "job security". The same goes for "incorrect" grammar, as can be found in the Future Directions portion of the poster.

Miss Jodi said...

Holy crap!

I'm going to give you a great big, "Good Job!" in a Preschool Music Teacher voice. It's the same voice I use when one of my students says something to me in baby-speak that I can't quite understand, but I'm just so proud of them for speaking at all that I'm probably a little too enthusiastic.