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[Cell-biology] moving a biology lab

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Old 11-15-2006, 08:14 PM
Jayakumar, R
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Hi..

We recently moved to a new building. One of our lab members had to go
along with liquid nitrogen tanks in a vehicle operated by the
environmental and safety authority of our institute, when they were
being moved to the other location.
Jai



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Hi,

How are liquid nitrogen tanks moved generally when a biology lab is
moved to another location. Would the movers move the filler tank?

Thanks for your help
Mary
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