I read this book a month before my final exams, A2 – Biology, Chemistry, and Maths. It was recommended to me by one of my dear teachers when, overwhelmed by the amount of material I had to learn, I felt I was on point of breaking. I didn’t know whether I was learning any more,… Continue reading Understand how to learn better – book review
Important figures of Biology in Printable Version. PDF File or ODT File Aristotle (384-347 B.C.) – The first genuine scientist. A Greek philosopher who stressed the importance of accurate and direct observation. He also initiated the basis for a scientific method of solving problems. His writings cover many subjects – physics, metaphysics, biology, zoology etc. Aristotle is also famous for tutoring Alexander… Continue reading Important figures in Biology
A lot of teenagers and young adults drink energy drink. How does that affect their body? Do they become more agile, think faster and run for longer periods of time? This is what this experiment investigates.
But what would happen if we were to consider tomorrow-day technology?
To answer the question that we closed the first part with, I will take a look at three possibilities, i.e. three different technologies.
1) Anti-Ageing Drug
2) Nano Bots
3) Becoming Cyborgs
Workers within the medical field have it very hard when it comes to implementing new technologies. Lisa Sanders explains in her book, “Every patient tells a story ,” what impact trying to implement diagnosis systems into hospitals could have on the doctors and nurses. 1. Firstly, if we were to think in terms of current technology, doctors, nurses or… Continue reading Technology in medicine F.T.W. – Part One