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Learn Beaker Safety and Other Lab Tips from Singing Sock Puppets

DiscoblogBy Brett IsraelNovember 10, 2009 6:00 AM

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When OSHA comes knocking on your lab's door, you'd better be prepared to explain just how careful you are with your acids, Bunsen burners, and the like. With that in mind, check out The Safety Song from The Sounds of Science, a small group of Berkeley grad students and alums that express their love of science and music with... puppets. For more from The Sounds of Science, click here. Related content: Discoblog: Are “Microlungs” the End of Lab Rat Experiments? Discoblog: Health Hazard Alert: Head-Banging May Hurt Your Brain Discoblog: Are Bulletproof Turbans the Next Safety Gear for Sikh Policemen?

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