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One of the best things about supervising undergraduates is the enthusiasm and ingenuity they bring to procedures that have long since lost their spark.  In particular, I recently asked one of our students to run a solid phase reaction in a syringe.  To mix the beads I suggested simply inverting the syringe every fifteen minutes or so.

He had a better idea.

The setup, for those who easily get motion sickness.

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