Going digital: the 26th Annual KI-Mayo Research Meeting

The recent KI-Mayo research meeting (I’m going to call it “the conference” from hereon) was a great experience so I thought I’d share my thoughts and takeaways from it! Here’s a little teaser of the things I’ll be going over about in this blog: The scale of the entirely digital conference Some pros and cons… Read More Going digital: the 26th Annual KI-Mayo Research Meeting

General and Organic Chemistry: a biomedicine course review

You’ll take the course General and Organic Chemistry in your first semester at KI as a Bachelor’s student in Biomedicine. With 12 credits in hand, several labs and lab reports, and tonnes of content, it’s the absolute behemoth that is reputed to cause first year students the most pain. However! If you do your bit… Read More General and Organic Chemistry: a biomedicine course review

You mean AT CG isn’t gospel? A biomedicine course review

If you’ve been looking at the Chemical Biology course page with quizzical eyes, wondering how it differs from the very similar sounding Biochemistry, or want to have some nice ~student perspective~ about the course, you’ve come to right place! And if you’ve here hoping for an explanation for the title, skip to the final section… Read More You mean AT CG isn’t gospel? A biomedicine course review

Learning Swedish: A beginner’s guide

No matter where you are, it’s always an enriching experience to learn the local language. So whether you’re new in Sweden or have been around for a while, maybe you’re thinking about learning some Swedish? Here are some reasons you shouldn’t learn Swedish, some reasons you should, resources for getting you started, and my personal… Read More Learning Swedish: A beginner’s guide

How badly can your DNA mess you up? A biomedicine course review

Here I am, with a long overdue course review for Genetics, Genomics, and Functional Genomics. This is the second last course of the 2nd semester of the Bachelor’s in Biomedicine. In this blog I’ll be talking about the different parts of the course and what I liked and learned in each of them, as well… Read More How badly can your DNA mess you up? A biomedicine course review

3 Ways to make procrastination useful (and some tips!)

If you clicked on this blog because you’re guilty of procrastinating something important, then I’m here to tell you: stop. Go away. Go do the thing. And come back afterwards as a reward if you like. …. Still here? Alright. Let’s go. Fun fact: I am writing this blog to procrastinate reading a lovely little… Read More 3 Ways to make procrastination useful (and some tips!)