The communal areas of Emory's microbiology lab.

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Covering the walls on the way to the labs run by Nicole Gerardo and Jaap de Roode, you see the telltale mark of academia: project posters.

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Emory was lucky enough to have an architect or designer with something of a sense of humor — across many of the hallways runs a double-helix pattern on the floor.

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These photos were taken just before Christmas, and every attempt to be festive was made.

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The communal areas and break rooms.

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Some even boasting fußball tables

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The desk of Nancy Lowe. That small splodge in the center of the wall? That's a pinned queen Atta cephalotes which we saw earlier.

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And it wouldn't be scientist's offices without the essentials: tea, coffee...

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and plenty of hazardous materials

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This is a microbiology lab, where ant and aphid fungi are grown, as well as various microbes and pathogens.

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