The term Genome Sequencing is familiar to those who have studied Biological Sciences, and perhaps those who are capable of giving their full attention to the breakfast news. For those who aren't so familiar, it is only a matter of time before you will have easy access to what makes you 'you'. The genome is… Continue reading What can Genome Sequencing tell us?
New research offers the potential to treat cancer by sending the affected cells to sleep.
If only mosquitoes sucked fat instead of blood...
Reducing seizures and chronic pain... is weed 'dope'?
These lab rats may be lending a hand (quite literally) to paralysis victims.
A possible candidate gene which explains why humans are more intelligent has been found.
If you're feeling a bit hard on yourself today, then grab yourself a cup of tea and have a read. 🙂
I'm not good at vaccination puns, but I'll give it a shot.
My previous post was centred around the hand-in of my manuscript that had lightened the hefty load that has been on my back this year. The manuscript accounts for 40% of my overall mark, so with its hand-in, there was little more I could do - apart from breathe! The weekend following my hand-in was… Continue reading Posters, Presentations and Pressure
Of course I chose the degree with two dissertations!