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IAmScience Leland Cseke

1 month ago   |   By Bond Life Sciences Center

By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC
In a cluttered basement in Dearborn, Michigan, one could find Leland Cseke conducting amateur plant tissue culture experiments on his family's pool table as a child. These attempted experiments consisted of whatever he could find around the house, such as gelatin mix, items from his mother's bathroom, and motors from his step-father's work.
Now Cseke is the research lab manager in the Gassmann lab at Bond Life Sciences Center and has an actual lab to work in, with all the supplies he needs.
“I look back in amusement that I'm still kind of doing the same thing,”...
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