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Science Gets Homey With Cross-Stitched Germs And Microbes

By Lisa Granshaw Apr 21, 2014

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“One of my favorite comments was that my patterns were ‘boring’ — because the images are too typical. I love that, because even though it would also be fun to take some risks and stitch different or rarer forms of some of these microbes, it means I'm getting it basically right. When a scientist recognizes the microbes they work with based on what I've stitched, that's great. That's just what I want,” she said.

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Lisa Granshaw

Lisa Granshaw is a freelance writer based in New York City. Her work has appeared on the Daily Dot, TODAY.com, Parents Magazine, The Huffington Post, and more. Follow her on Twiiter: @LisaGranshaw.

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