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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.


Jun
12
revised What is the distinction between chemokines, cytokines, interferons and interleukins?
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Jun
11
answered Transcription factor binding site located in intron
Jun
11
revised What is the distinction between chemokines, cytokines, interferons and interleukins?
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Jun
10
accepted What is the distinction between chemokines, cytokines, interferons and interleukins?
Jun
10
answered What is the distinction between chemokines, cytokines, interferons and interleukins?
Jun
8
comment Same 185th million grandfather?
Yes, all currently living humans stem from one ancestor which was also hominid. Much further back, all life probably shares one ancestor.
Jun
7
comment Why do humans bury their dead?
I presume they wouldn't have been able to connect dead bodies with disease (though that's not impossible). So my guess will be something along the lines that seeing dead was an unpleasant stimulus and they figured they can get rid of it by getting it out of sight - under the ground. Or rather more trial-and-error; one randomly buried a dead body and realised it was good and hence the idea was spread and persisted in the population (similarly to how mutations stick around if they improve something; afterall burying the dead is just a meme too).
Jun
7
revised Prenatal Marketing
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Jun
7
answered Prenatal Marketing
Jun
7
comment Intracellular lipid transport
I have got access to Cell when I'm on my uni's VPN but it appears I can download the PDF even without access that way. Thanks, very interesting!
Jun
6
asked Intracellular lipid transport
Jun
5
reviewed Edit suggested edit on How do changes in temperature affect body weight in humans?
Jun
5
revised How do changes in temperature affect body weight in humans?
Aligned the title with the question being asked in body text
Jun
5
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Food Intake versus ability to flee among birds, particularly the hummingbird?
Jun
5
revised Food Intake versus ability to flee among birds, particularly the hummingbird?
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Jun
4
accepted Significance of basal lamina for outer layers of epithelium
Jun
3
revised Why is epinephrine not part of the somatic nervous system?
edited title
Jun
3
answered Why is epinephrine not part of the somatic nervous system?
Jun
3
revised Why is epinephrine not part of the somatic nervous system?
edited tags
Jun
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Would non-human carnivores be able to survive on farmed foods?