As part of my research, I'm going to need to do some work at Brookhaven National Laboratory's Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN). Some long-time readers may recall my summer out there 4 years ago (and associated Facebook antics). That summer, I was, ostensibly, working on some particle physics project, although actually I was sitting in an office doing some pointless programming on an ancient Linux machine. This time, however, I'll be working in the cleanroom at CFN fabricating some devices we've been working on designing for a while.
This past Tuesday we went out there for some safety training in the cleanroom: