Thanks for the responses. I think we'll try to carefully have a go with
On 5 November 2011 10:20, Martyn Amos <martyn.a...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Without wanting to be the voice of doom, you should be quite careful
> about doing this at home (especially if young kids are involved).
> There is actually quite a good chance that you will culture something
> nasty, which is why we immediately sealed the plates with tape once
> they'd been streaked when we did the Manchester Microbe Map. The
> important thing is not to open the dishes while the cultures are
> growing/once they've grown, and to bleach them carefully when
> disposing of the dishes.
> On 5 November 2011 09:44, Asa Calow <a...@madlab.org.uk> wrote:
> >> I was showing my boys the Flickr pictures of the Manchester Microbe Map
> >> (1) How we get some suitable medium to grow the stuff in?
> > The guys at Biologigaragen in Copenhagen were making theirs out of
> >> (2) How we then go about it?
> > The instructions are there on the wiki, it's super simple - no need for
> > A
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