Why lab automatons are the future of science

Regular readers of this column will know that I’ve written fairly often about things going wrong in the lab. Previously, I’ve landed the blame pretty squarely on equipment failures, building crises, management and on more than one occasion, students. But I think anyone who has ever actually worked in a lab knows that these are all just terrible excuses for the real cause of the majority of problems in my research – Me.

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