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To be a well-rounded researcher, you have to be creative enough to design and advertise an experiment, resourceful enough to find funding, aware enough to keep participants engaged, and intelligent enough to properly organize and analyze data. This week the Yale Positive Emotion and Psychopathology (YPEP) laboratory has helped me sharpen my data organization/analysis skills.

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Published on June 20, 2012, by in Internships, Journalism.

I started my Internship at the Huffington Post, on May 14. I wasn’t really sure what to expect. I hadn’t even been to their office yet! I was interviewed over a series of phone calls in March, while I was still in North Carolina at High Point University. The Friday before I started, I received an email with

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Hello everyone!  So last post I was trying to find out if the receptor GPR109a was present in the retina of the eye. Luckily it was present in the endothelium cells!  My next step is to perform immunocytochemistry. In this procedure, primary antibodies target the peptide of interest, then a secondary antibody binds to the primary.

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Hey Everyone! My name is Emily Brock and I am a rising junior at High Point University with a major in business administration and a double minor in sales and finance. When deciding what I wanted to do with my summer break, I knew I wanted to do some kind of internship that would allow

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Published on June 19, 2012, by in Interior Design, Internships.

Another busy day at work! Today I went on appointments with another designer, Lori. We met at the studio and packed up everything we needed for the day. We were scheduled to go to one of her clients that needed her piano bench reupholstered and wanted to pick out draperies for the piano room. She

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