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Ronald Shanderson
Works at Georgia State Department of Biology- Greer Lab
Attends Georgia State University
Lives in Atlanta
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My First RIP Went a Little Like This
First thing. Name change again. I like how it rolls off the tongue and I don't actually talk about girls or cars... In other blog concerning things I've decided that I'm actually going to post every Thursday. There's no shortage of ridiculousness going on a...
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We need your help! This project won't happen without getting some money behind it. I know everyone can't spare a large sum of money, but every dollar counts! If you're a fan or Portal or Dishonored, be sure to take a look #portal   #portal2    #Dishonored   #kickstarter  
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+Mike McMullan ALL ACCESS IS AMAZING
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Story of my life.
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Just when I thought 3D printing couldn't get any cooler.

"Kaiba Gionfriddo was six weeks old when he suddenly stopped breathing and turned blue at a restaurant. Kaiba’s parents quickly rushed him to the hospital where they learned that his left bronchial tube had collapsed because of a previously undetected birth defect. During the next few weeks the life-threatening attacks recurred, increasing in number until they became everyday events. Physicians and researchers, however, used some of the most sophisticated bioengineering techniques available to 3-D print a synthetic tube to hold the baby's airway open. Kaiba had the surgery in January 2012 and hasn’t suffered an airway collapse since."

http://www.nature.com/news/3-d-printed-windpipe-gives-infant-breath-of-life-1.13085
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For those of you that don't know, Kimwipes are "delicate task wipers" designed for lab use. Sure you can use them to clean your glasses, do too-lazy-to-take-out-paper math, or wipe away tears, but they're made for science. Cl...
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How Model S is made: +WIRED takes a behind the scenes peek into the Tesla factory. 
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Absolutely beautiful 
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TED is the best
 
www.bestcollegesonline.com/blog/2011/09/27/20-unbelievable-ted-talks-for-biology-majors/

I've always loved and probably always will love TED talks. Some are smart, funny, and inspiring while others are both scary and eye-opening. Enjoy.
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http://biologistsdoitbetter.blogspot.com/

A new post an a name change =)
"Girls, Cars, and Science" was and is a phrase extremely close to my heart, however, I do not think that it's quite appropriate for this blog. I don't talk about girls at all and when I talk about cars, it's related to my hat...
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Researcher
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Science
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  • Georgia State Department of Biology- Greer Lab
    Research Intern, 2012 - present
  • Dawson Stem Cell Biophysics & Engineering lab
    Research intern, 2011 - 2012
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Atlanta
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I'm just waiting for the day I can say this place has become too small for what I've become.
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I'm a person, I like umbrellas, I like people, and I hope to one day be a successful biologist. I hope to do research and want to eventually end up in Seattle for Graduate School. 
Education
  • Georgia State University
    Biology, 2012 - present
  • Wheeler High School
    2008 - 2012
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