I think it's important when you are cutting....the temp of the room will have an affect on how well your tissue cuts. I remember working (in that lab we worked at together) when it was really cold or really hot, the tissue seemed to cut differently--different temps made different tissue cut better or worse.
That's about all I can think of - unless you're wondering whether to wear a short or long sleeved shirt to work :)
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