Have you thought about how one can reduce money spent in tissue culture work by reducing the amount of media used?
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One observation that comes up in looking at tissue culture flasks is that not all flasks are designed equally. Flask bottoms that connect to the neck via a slanted slope actually is a non-treated area where cells do no grow, but media covers regardless. So one train of thought is to utilize a flask in culture in which the entire bottom is treated for cell culture, thus maximizing cell growth area and minimizing media wastage. Open for discussion on your thoughts or suggestions.