My Dad forwarded me an email called “read the contents below and pass to your friends”. The gist of it was that aspargus can cure cancer. It gives three case studies of people with different types of cancer who were cured by eating asparagus and cites a study done in 1979 that I can’t [...]
I’ve come across a few good science links lately, if you know of any more feel free to leave a comment below.
Naturally Obsessed – The Making of a Scientist.
This is a one hour documentary about how scientific research works. It follows 3 people in the lab of Dr Lawrence Shapiro in New [...]
Researchers in Residence is a scheme that matches up PhD research students posdocs and schools. The scientist usually spends a week with a school and can lead demonstrations, class discussions, talks about university life etc. I took part in the scheme when I was a student and throughly enjoyed it. They are looking for [...]
There have been several interesting stories about new research into breast cancer. Firstly, a local one that I whole heartedly agree with, is a study at Aberdeen University to look at how Vitamin D levels might affect breast cancer. We get most of our vitamin D from the sun (and a bit from oily [...]
So many things to blog about, so little time! I’ve found some good (free) resources for biology teaching. Firstly there is the “Cancer Biology – Open Educational Resource“. It is an online module produced in conjunction with the University of Bath, there is all sorts of good stuff there, online tutorials on apoptosis and [...]