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location London, UK / Stuttgart, Germany
age 23
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Studying BSc Biomedical Science at Imperial College London.

I have several years worth of experience in

web development (HTML, PHP, CSS, JS, SQL; both raw and using frameworks jQuery and Smarty)

and programming (Windows/C++, Android/Java, Flash/AS3)

as well as some hobbyist experience in design (Inkscape, GIMP, Autodesk 3D).

Active member of the London Hackspace Biohackers whenever time permits; I also love tweaking and meddling but rarely find the time these days (in other words, hacking). Also, laptops don't permit for meddling a lot unfortunately.


Aug
14
revised What can cause incompatible sticky ends to be ligated?
deleted 83 characters in body
Aug
14
asked What can cause incompatible sticky ends to be ligated?
Aug
11
revised What are common causes of unexpected ligation products?
added 307 characters in body
Aug
11
asked What are common causes of unexpected ligation products?
Aug
8
answered Cell identification by Body Cells
Jul
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on definitions tag wiki
Jul
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on arachnology tag wiki
Jul
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on conservation-biology tag wiki excerpt
Jul
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on conservation-biology tag wiki
Jul
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on arachnology tag wiki excerpt
Jul
30
accepted Intracellular lipid transport
Jul
28
comment Self pairing in DNA
Good answer; might benefit from mentioning ssDNA viruses as the most common natural occurrence of ssDNA, as well as other dsDNA conformations (A, B, Z)
Jul
15
revised hiv wiki excerpt
more helpful tagwiki
Jul
15
suggested suggested edit on hiv tag wiki excerpt
Jun
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why are there no wheeled animals?
Jun
20
comment How do people who have lost both of their legs produce red blood cells?
While researching earlier I did find some reports on post-amputation anaemia. Clearly the compensation by other bones does not always work, but this was a minority of only about 7% iirc.
Jun
18
revised Do both TSG and Proto-oncogenes have to suffer mutations to cause cancer?
full size hallmarks, BAM!
Jun
17
revised In which order did the cells of the immune system evolve?
had immunology now, wow i'm embarrassed.
Jun
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on extinction tag wiki excerpt
Jun
12
comment Transcription factor binding site located in intron
Microscopy at such resolutions is possible using atomic force microscopy and transmission electron microscopy, but both of these are extremely complex procedures and require the sample to be fixed - i.e. dead.