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Lise Magnollay

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Asked by Yashvi

General πŸ›

Why are stem cells (from bone marrow) able to repair damaged heart tissue?

Stem cells are unspecialised cells that can differentiate and be used to repair various tissues, including heart one. When used in medical intervent...

Asked by Richard

Biology 🌱

How does a transgenic plant differ from a hybrid plant?

They are two completely different things. Transgenic plants (or any transgenic organism, as the technology is used on animals too) would have receiv...

What is the best way to study ?

On top of the excellent advice already given, I would suggest you try different approaches and find the one which works best for you. Mind maps may ...

Asked by Audrey

History πŸ•Œ

How did WW1 impact WW2?

WW2 was very much a consequence of WW1, or more precisely of the Treaty of Versailles, signed on 28 June 1919. It was seen (and meant to be) a compl...

Asked by Chenchen

Biology 🌱

What are stem cells?

Stem cells are non specialised cells, which as well as dividing to produce more cells as all other cells do, can differentiate in any other type of ...

About

I have a dual background in science and humanities as I moved into science from the humanities, hence my offering tutoring in a variety of subject. French is also my mother tongue. I have experience of tutoring students at both GCSE and A levels. One of my biggest success last year was helping a student getting the grade she needed for her French A level to get into Oxford.

Education

University College London (UCL)

PhD in Neuroscience - N/A

2012 - 2017

University College London (UCL)

MRes in Bioscience : Neuroscience - Distinction

2010 - 2011

Open University

BA(Hons) in Humanities - First

1997 - 2002

Open University

BSc(Hons) Life Sciences - First

2004 - 2009

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Asked by Yashvi

General πŸ›

Why are stem cells (from bone marrow) able to repair damaged heart tissue?

Stem cells are unspecialised cells that can differentiate and be used to repair various tissues, including heart one. When used in medical intervent...

Asked by Richard

Biology 🌱

How does a transgenic plant differ from a hybrid plant?

They are two completely different things. Transgenic plants (or any transgenic organism, as the technology is used on animals too) would have receiv...

What is the best way to study ?

On top of the excellent advice already given, I would suggest you try different approaches and find the one which works best for you. Mind maps may ...

Asked by Audrey

History πŸ•Œ

How did WW1 impact WW2?

WW2 was very much a consequence of WW1, or more precisely of the Treaty of Versailles, signed on 28 June 1919. It was seen (and meant to be) a compl...

Asked by Chenchen

Biology 🌱

What are stem cells?

Stem cells are non specialised cells, which as well as dividing to produce more cells as all other cells do, can differentiate in any other type of ...

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