Getting in on the ‘what they think’ meme

23 February 2012

IN THE last week or so, we’ve seen versions of the latest internet meme all over the place – a panel of images, each labelled with ‘What [somebody] thinks I do’. We haven’t seen any for scientists or lab technicians, so we thought we’d have a go at making them.

Here they are in all their glory (click on the image for a slightly larger version). Please feel free to share them however you wish – Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or whatever. We’d like to see them free from captivity!

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