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
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?
What really are anti-oxidants and why are they important? Why might aspirin help you survive a heart attack? Why do you smell like nail polish remover if your diabetes goes dangerously untreated? Read on (or scroll to the very end) to find out. The biochemistry course we just took helped us answer these questions, and… Read More A biochemistry course review
You’ve decided that you want to get your hands on some lab equipment, and after Labs and Pipettes Part 1, you have a pretty good starting point for doing so. Congratulations! You’re one step closer to diving into the world of research. However, there are 3 questions that come to mind. When is a good… Read More Labs and Pipettes Part 2: Pre-internship FAQs
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
More open tabs than you care to count, a furious torrent of essay writing, CV making, programme selection, and transcript sending for any prospective student — the sweet signs of application season. Dividing your energy amongst these different things is a mammoth task—and a crucial step is deciding where to apply. So why should you… Read More Why should you pick KI Biomedicine?
Research at KI for bachelor’s students!… Read More Labs and Pipettes Part 1: Research at KI for Bachelor’s Students
At the heart of biomedicine at Karolinska Institutet lies the study of the human body, and the Introduction to Biomedical Science offered me a chance to glimpse that. Have questions about the content, the schedule, the learning activities, the teachers, social life, and the exam? Read on to find out!… Read More Learning about the body, inside and out: An Introduction To Biomedical Science Course Review
Hello! Inika here ♥ I’m a first-year Biomedicine bachelor’s student at Karolinska Institutet. I’ve had quite the journey here to the doors of Aula Medica, and I’ll be writing as a Digital Ambassador blogger for my program. How did I get here, why did I pick KI, and what will you be seeing from me?… Read More A hello from the new blogger for the Biomedicine Bachelor’s Program!
Hey there! My name is Marlene, I am 19 years old, and I cannot wait to start posting for the @kistudents Instagram account. Before studying at KI, I travelled around the world for a year. During this time, it became obvious to me, that I can’t imagine studying at home in Hagen, a town in… Read More A new Instagram duo