I'm stuck on 3 questions from the molarities #BS1010 assessment - they're all of the exact same format - they're all to do with creating buffers - all the components are given and you need to work out the final concentration of one of the components. I'm happy with my method but it's clearly wrong as none of the answers it gives are choices. HELP!
Having trouble with some of the #BS1010 assessment questions despite being sure of my workings - I'm getting answers that do not appear as an option, even when rounded. I'll have to read over the help material.
I made some changes to the google docs #BS1010 group assessment last night. I deleted repeated information, replaced it with new info and an image + legend and checked for consistency. I think it looks rather swish.
The #MB1030 presentation yesterday went better than expected and I have learned even more from watching it back and looking at my body language etc. On a less serious note, is anyone else's voice deeper when they hear it back?
Enjoyed the #MB1030 lecture on genetic fingerprinting. My section of the #BS1010 essay was on gene cloning in forensics so I found it very relevant and might make some changes to the essay accordingly.
My delivery and eye-contact were apparantly good but I need to slow down a bit, speak up a bit and stay still (a.k.a. be more confident) in my #MB1030 presentation. To do this I need to know the material better and have prompts.
Nearly finished my section of the #BS1010 group essay. It's a great way of refreshing my knowledge of our biochemistry lectures. I just thought; once we're all done, we'll have to check for consistencies in referencing etc. Fun
found Dr Grubb's #MB1030 frontier bioscience lecture on Red Hot Chilli Peppers fascinating. I've heard that eating chilli peppers increases the your metabolic rate and was going to ask if there was any truth in this but we ran out of time. This is what ive found on my own; http://www.news-medical.net/news...
must remember to include diagrams and their respective legends in all future pieces of work. I also need to plan the structure better and, when handwriting pieces, need to present work in a more readable way, with regards to spacing.