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King's College London

PhD in Molecular Imaging - Pending (2018 - now)

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University College London (UCL)

MSc Advanced Biomedical Imaging - Distinction (2017 - 2018)

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University of Surrey

BSc Biochemistry - First-Class Honours (2014 - 2017)

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Alton College

A Levels - AAAB (2013 - 2014)

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Asked by G

Physics πŸš€
What is Nuclear Fission???
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Nuclear fission is when a the nucleus of an atom splits into smaller parts (opposite of fusion where two nuclei are joined together into one). Fissi...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Biology 🌱
Can a donor with type AB blood give can give blood to someone else with a different blood type?
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No. They can only give blood to people with the same AB blood type. This is because they produce the A and B antigens which are rejected in other bl...Learn more

Asked by Minnie

General πŸ›
I’ve done medical work experience and really loved it but feel as though I lack the passion to pursue a career in medicine. I was wondering if something like biochemistry would be more suitable? I love science and am a people person but am unsure?
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I did biochemistry in my undergraduate degree! I absolutely loved it. This is because I really love learning about complex biochemical pathways such...Learn more

Asked by Tim

History πŸ•Œ
What is the function of the Golgi complex?
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Post-transcriptional modifications of proteins!

Asked by Max

Biology 🌱
What types of biomes are there?
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The ones I know are: Genome Transcriptome Proteome And metabolome

Asked by Tim

Biology 🌱
If a man has a recessive sexlinked disorder, he has a 0% chance of passing it onto his son. Why?
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I think it’s because if it’s sex-linked, then it’s in the Y chromosome. The son will only receive one copy of the Y chromosome from his father, and ...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Biology 🌱
What is a heart murmur? What are some common reasons that heart murmurs occur?
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They are β€˜whooshing’ sounds your heart makes (Instead of β€˜lub-DUBB’) which can be heard through a stethoscope. They can either be harmless, β€˜innocen...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Biology 🌱
How does HIV infect T-lymphocytes?
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Through binding to CD4 receptor.

Asked by Audrey

Biology 🌱
Why does the pulmonary vein not have valves?
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Valves are used to prevent back-flow of blood. The pulmonary vein delivers blood from the heart to the lungs which is a short distance; the heart ca...Learn more

Asked by Richard

Biology 🌱
How is artificial selection different from natural selection?
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Artificial selection is when humans decide certain characteristics they want to in animals, e.g. high milk production in cows, so they breed them (h...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Chemistry βš›οΈ
What is glomerular filtrate?
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Where your blood gets filtered in your kidneys.

Asked by Liam

Biology 🌱
How can you isolate nuclei from cells?
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Lysis and Centrifugation. Detergent is used to break up the membrane, then cells are spun at extremely high speeds to obtain different sized fractio...Learn more

Asked by Alina

Biology 🌱
Need help on cells for anatomy and physiology?
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Yes, what would you like help with?

Asked by Max

Biology 🌱
Do polar hormone molecules pass directly through cell membranes and bind to intracellular receptors?
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If they’re polar, then they cannot pass the lipophilic cell membrane. They are able to go through extracellular protein channels.

Asked by Tim

Biology 🌱
The process of natural selection throughout the history of life on Earth has resulted in the success of some species and the extinction of other species. Why has natural selection not resulted in the existence of a single best-adapted species?
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Environment is constantly changing, forcing species to adapt.

Asked by Lexi

Maths πŸ’―
How would you work out 2x(1/2x + 1/4) to get the answer x^2 + x/2?
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You can multiply 2x with everything inside the brackets to get: (2x x 1/2x) + (2x x 1/4) = (x^2) + (1/2x) = x^2 + x/2 Hope this helps.

Asked by Grace

General πŸ›
Expand & simplify3(f+3)+2(f+6)?
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Numbers that are next to brackets can be multiplied by everything inside those brackets, so: 3(f+3) β€”> (3 x f )+ (3 x 3 )and (2 x f ) + ( 2 x 6) Wh...Learn more