Monthly Archives: September 2013

This Week in Life Science #3

Well its been almost 3 weeks since I’ve updated thanks to holidays and a pesky illness but as per usual it has been an incredibly busy and promising time across the science world. From termite poop to diamond-encrusted teeth to ‘black holes’ at sea, there has been no shortage of scientific progress announced recently. As usual, all source material is cited, just follow the links provided in each title. Most have additional videos and graphics. I’d recommend checking out Carl Harts story ‘The Rational Choices of Drug Addicts’ for a drastically different perspective on the world of addiction to the one the media often portrays.

This week I Learned #3

Been a pretty busy week here at LS but that hasn’t stopped me accumulating a veritable ¬†smorgasbord of useless (read: highly informative) information. Here it is pared down, collated and presented with some newly-acquired WordPress skills which you probably won’t notice. Enjoy!

The Week in Life Science #2

AIDS vaccines, crowd-sourced cloud-computed astronomy, sea monsters, and butthurt men are just some of the stars of this weeks Week in Science.

INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL SALES COURSE on Saturday 14th September 2013.

A specialist training day for any Science graduates, Nurses, Graduates of other disciplines with sales experience who are contemplating a career in Medical Sales is taking place on Saturday the 14th of September.

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