#ScientistProblems by Andrew Lee on September 2, 2014 BuzzFeed recently posted a list of #ScientistProblems via Twitter. We've found a few more (below). Some are mildly amusing; some, just true. McMaster Institute for Sustainable Development in Commerce Scientists and Researchers gesture that sustainability is good for you. Source: Flickr Woke up my boyfriend last night to verify that wave-particle duality applies to both photons and electrons. #scientistproblems @slycen— Emily Anne Staples (@tolivetolaugh) May 28, 2012 The only thing more tedious and mind numbing than writing a journal article? Editing one... #scientistproblems— Mapperwocky (@cirquelar) January 28, 2012 Walk 20 minutes to work on a Saturday morning to spend 1 minute moving cultures from one room to another. #scientistproblems— Jacqueline Isaac (@jmisaac18) June 9, 2012 Just caught one of my students using a micropipet without a tip. This is why there are 'teaching sets'. #TAproblems #scientistproblems— Hester Dingle (@hldingle) September 2, 2014 problem with RNA isolation is you have no facking idea where you could have possibly introduced RNases #scientistproblems #gradstudent4life— Surly (@Burlybison) March 7, 2012 Why does learning about trichomonas vaginalis give me weird boners #scientistproblems— Bob Mullen (@phillysfinest62) February 29, 2012 aaaaand scene.