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!)

Staying home: how has the Biomedicine programme changed?

As of now, all of us biomedicine students are staying home – which means that the programme itself has changed in many ways to accommodate. If you’re curious about how the learning and teaching process has changed, then you’ve clicked on the right blog! I’ll be talking about how labs, lectures, group work, and the… Read More Staying home: how has the Biomedicine programme changed?

All about cells—A Biomedicine Course Review

Cells are the smallest units of life. They come in dazzling variety, and in the Cell, Stem Cell, and Developmental Biology course we learned a lot about them. Amongst others, some of the most interesting things were… how bacteria have sex 🦠 how to turn your skin cells into heart cells (or any other cells!)… Read More All about cells—A Biomedicine Course Review