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Discovering what it means to be truly healthy with LifeScience

I don’t need much to know that at my current state: I am beyond unhealthy. It’s not even the excess 25 kilograms that I can’t seem to shake off – it’s the long nights awake, the stressful situations, the fact that I don’t eat right and almost have zero exercise. 656 more words

Remember the day when you had been craving for the cake to pop out from oven because you were so much tempted by the mouth- watering smell of it?, what did you do? 908 more words

Technical training in the life sciences

It is accepted that Training and Development is a highly developed area that bring its own body of knowledge. It uses a wide variety of techniques and approaches that are designed to meet the unique and complex challenges associated with training. 702 more words

Pharma Professional Interview

Original Link:

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/careers/research/alumni-profiles/shaminithiagarajan/

Why did you choose to study an offbeat, unconventional and unusual career such as Pharma?

I completed my under graduation in Industrial Biotechnology from India and wanted to understand the commercial side of the life sciences industry. 426 more words

Chemistry

Water

It’s raining today. I can smell the spring and how rain makes everything grow.

Rain makes me wonder why water is so important to people. 109 more words

#itsallaboutfood

#ItsAllAboutFood

Food. We love it, we hate it. It makes us sad and happy, it can heal us or make us sick.

I have dedicated my life to food and science beyond that. 7 more words

#itsallaboutfood

Ep.12 - Celebrating failure in science

In the first part of the show Brïte Pauchet talked to Mark A. Sicoli about his linguistic research on waves of migration into the Americas. 18 more words

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