Pokemon lab disruptions across the globe

This week scientists all over the world took to social media to report a bizarre laboratory takeover - Pokemon. It was only a matter of time before #labpokemon became a thing. Let's take a closer look at where these critters invaded, shall we?

Buffalo, NY: The Roswell Park Cancer Institute:

--- Guarding a ThermoFisher GC: --- Not to be outdone, here's a psyduck guarding a centrifuge in Sweden. --- Over at UC Berkeley: --- In the stock room: --- The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, part of the NIH, definitely has their eye on this epidemic: --- I bet you thought Waters Corp definitely didn't have any Pokemon on site. Wrong. --- My research suggests this may be the tweet that started it all. --- You know things are serious when biotech and pharma reporter for Chemical & Engineering News broadcasts a public service announcement: --- In conclusion, evidence would suggest I should go back and update my [top 10 time sinks for scientists](http://tetrascience.com/blog/top-10-time-sinks-for-scientists-2) post... Happy hunting.
Lindsey Christensen

Lindsey Christensen

Lindsey joined TetraScience as Director of Marketing after falling in love with their mission to bring IoT to Science. She's always on the hunt for new topics & writers, so don't be a stranger.

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