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Today's guest post is byinspector071.

This is a vending machine stocked with a few lab reagents, gloves, etc. It doesn't take cash, but rather a card tied to grant money held by a research supervisor. I've seen a vending machine for iPods and iPhones, basic school supplies like pens and pencils, but I never thought I'd see one selling Sigma chemicals. Any of you have something similar like this in your workplace?


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