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On Sunday night, the brightest stars in math, research, and life sciences came together at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California, replacing their customary lab coats with cocktail dresses and tuxedos.
His ghost, wearing a brown suit or a lab coat, is believed to have been seen after hours in the museum, where he has been blamed for setting off the building's alarm system, moving items in display cases and throwing books.
Just because someone has a genetic sequencer and a lab coat doesn’t mean he’s legitimate, and just because someone’s a scientist doesn’t mean he’s ethical.
In season one, the character played by Matthew Modine was little more than a lab coat with a sinister look on his face.
When the trick-or-treaters inevitably ignore all the warning signs, answer the door in a mad scientist costume with a lab coat splattered with glowing toxic ooze.
Servers in white lab coats presented children with trays of glue, liquid starch, water and coloring to make jars of neon slime at Entertainment Lab.
By ensuring that graduate students are not given due recognition, the prizes reinforce the mistaken image of a scientist as an old white man in a lab coat.
When the Diazes met their ophthalmologist, Esther Diaz said, the doctor wore a white lab coat embroidered with the Leon Medical Centers logo and an ID badge with the same insignia.
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