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The Fatal Flip: How Nerve Cells go from Healthy to Cancerous

Every gene in the human genome has a job to do. One such gene, called Merlin, prevents cells from dividing out of control and forming into tumors. 355 more words



This morning the girls woke up early to get to Mass. Finding a mass time that allowed us to make our train to Plymouth proved difficult. 642 more words

June 2014

As usual another month has sadly come to an end with the typical Glastonbury festival weather of nice and wet to make lots of mud fun, shame I’m not into music enough to warrant actually going to an event. 2,450 more words


Ask The Author: Tom Vowler

After attending the launch of That Dark Remembered Day, I asked Devon-based author Tom Vowler about his writing process.

Last week, I was flicking through my Facebook and came across a post on my Newsfeed by The Writing Cafe in Babbage (at Plymouth University). 660 more words


An epiphany came to me this week. I’ve been feeling a bit lost for quite some time, for various reasons and I’ve felt like something needs to change for a good few months. 284 more words

General Scribblings

More Reading and Research...

To create your own work is challenging and exciting in equal measure.

We have sophisticated cameras and associated technology that it makes so many things possible. 145 more words


Ex-offenders take up mantle as peer researchers in pioneering @PenCLAHRC study

This is an excellent example of service users being involved in a study as ‘peer researchers’ and deserves attention beyond the readership of the Plymouth Herald. 141 more words