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Getting Inked - My Tattoo Experience

I remember as a 5-year-old, my Nan asked me if I’d ever get a tattoo. Looking at my neighbours tattoo’s I shook my head and said “ 1,297 more words


The Structure of the Liver

The liver is involved in many metabolic activities, including control of blood glucose levels, storage of vitamins, and detoxification from alcohol and other drugs. All of these processes require the liver to have a structure which allows it to carry out all of its functions. 535 more words


Students with laptops did better in HSC sciences

Here is an article I wrote recently, published originally in The Conversation. Laptops did have a positive effect on learning. AAP/Alan Porritt

While there are plenty of reasons why students should be exposed to technology in schools, educational research is yet to produce consensus on the degree to which personal laptops boost learning. 719 more words


The world of genetics is one complicated and beautiful world. Yet it’s a pretty new science comparing to the other ones. Today we are going to see the awesome world of genetics. 1,462 more words



Slithering through my skin

inch by inch

makes its way down

bursting opening the bubble

the premier cell on the surface

meander, wander

yonder, a crimson state… 60 more words

New bird book from the USA, video

This video from the USA says about itself:

The Living Bird Book Trailer

20 August 2015

The Living Bird: 100 Years of Listening to Nature…

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Biological and Cognitive Aspects of Depression

It’s mid semester break, and I’m meant to be catching up on all of my readings for my subjects, but it’s tough.  One of my subjects, Psychopathology and Models of Intervention requires 6-8 hours of reading per week (with 6 weeks worth of reading so far) and I can’t seem to stay focused for that long  733 more words

3rd Year Psych