One of our Chinese visiting scientists made this as a lab treat. This is the first post of lab recipes, but we hope it won’t be the last, as we have quite a diversity of visitors to the lab, and they often tempt us with delicious treats.
Archive for February, 2014
The Soltis Lab
Scientists and students in the Soltis Lab are currently working with a variety of technologies to investigate mechanisms of speciation, evolutionary relationships and character evolution in flowering and land plants at all taxonomic levels. Current projects include the study of higher level phylogenetic relationships and character evolution in the angiosperms, floral evolution, the genetic and genomic consequences of polyploidy, conservation genetics of rare plants, phylogeography, and biogeography. Please explore our website for more information on our research.
The lab has a Xerox WorkCentre 6400 for research-related printing needs.
To connect, the IP address is: 10.38.17.135 or DNS: sol-mus301-prt-6400x-1.mfd.ufl.edu
It is a WorkCentre 6400x, it is best to download the print drivers from Xerox: http://www.support.xerox.com/support/workcentre-6400/downloads
Please remember to print in Black and White and double sided when possible.
All tests, quizzes and handouts for classes must be printed through the department! Do not print copies of these types of things on the lab printer. There is a budget for courses in the department, but we cannot be reimbursed for those costs if your print on our printer.
- Black and White: $14.41 per month, includes 1,000 pages, 1.44¢ per page after that (we are typically under 1,000 black and white pages, making these essentially included in the cost of the printer).
- Color: 4.94¢ per page
Graduate Student Claudia Segovia has been awarded the 2014 Association for Academic Women Lockhart Dissertation Fellowship. Congratulations!
Here’s one of our most recent lab photos.
All lab volunteers are required to fill out the Volunteer Application and give to Evgeny.
Once an applicant is added to the system and begins working with you, it is your responsibility to train the applicant to safely do the assigned work. Please see Matt or Evgeny if you have questions or need help.
All volunteers must keep track of their hours. We have an online site through OurVolts.com to facilitate this. Hours will be reported based on these logs.