Biological-Chemistry

Ask me anything!   Bsc Biotechnology student, graduating in 2015. This web log is for content relating to my degree and personal interests. Example topics such as biotechnology, molecular biology, genetically modified food debate, business and politics.

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    A mention of DMT in VICE magazine. 

    A mention of DMT in VICE magazine. 

    (Source: Vice Magazine)

    — 2 weeks ago with 54 notes
    #science  #life  #bioloy  #drugs  #dmt  #Neuroscience  #psychedelic 

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    josieisanerdokay:

    uniofnottingham:

    Hello lovely Tumblr people! If you’re one of our students (or hoping to be) reblog this and add TALK TO ME UNI OF NOTTS and we’ll follow you back. And then become best friends. Forever. 

    TALK TO ME UNI OF NOTTS won’t be applying yet but want to do your MPharm degree. :)

    You said the words, no backing out of the Tumblr friendship now. This is forever.

    I study Biotechnology and thus I’m based at Sutton-Bonington can I still get love from University Park?

    — 2 weeks ago with 35 notes
    #science 
    Although the covers of the journal published by the Molecular Biology Society of Japan reek of terrifying Japanese nationalism. One can’t deny there beauty. 

    Although the covers of the journal published by the Molecular Biology Society of Japan reek of terrifying Japanese nationalism. One can’t deny there beauty. 

    (Source: mbsj.jp)

    — 1 month ago with 41 notes
    #science  #life  #biological-chemistry  #Biotechnology  #gene  #cell  #kawaii  #cat  #cute  #anaphase  #centromere 

    Doing my final year project with Professor Zoe Wilson, learning about pollen development.

    — 1 month ago with 1 note
    #science  #biology  #life  #Molecular  #genetic  #DNA 

    The next generation of florescence imaging taken on a light sheet florescence microscope. Amazing resolution. 

    (Source: embl.it)

    — 1 month ago with 5 notes
    #Microscopy  #science  #biology  #flourescent  #bioluminescence  #Biotechnology  #technology  #life  #Gm  #genetically modified  #genetic engineering 

    Good introduction to the molecular basis of blood types.

    — 2 months ago with 7 notes
    #science 
    Found my self going though a strange website. Firstly I was there for scientific reasons. I then found myself inferring more and more about the people who contribute to the site.  

    Found my self going though a strange website. Firstly I was there for scientific reasons. I then found myself inferring more and more about the people who contribute to the site.  

    — 2 months ago with 1 note
    #science  #life  #facebook  #facebook stalk  #twitter  #photo  #family  #durian  #funny  #  #生物  #  #weird 
    Moore’s Law states that the number of transistors per ‘integrated circuit’ surface area grows exponentially. Ray Kurzweil argues that Moore’s Law was in action before transistors were developed. 

    Moore’s Law states that the number of transistors per ‘integrated circuit’ surface area grows exponentially. Ray Kurzweil argues that Moore’s Law was in action before transistors were developed. 

    (Source: eandt.theiet.org)

    — 2 months ago
    #science  #life  #Biotechnology  #moore's law  #samsung  #iphone5  #technology  #computer  #graph  #drebeats  #law  #chemistry  #transistor  #computer science  #engineering 
    Plastid Endosymbiosis was first proposed by Lynne Margulis in 1981.

    Plastid Endosymbiosis was first proposed by Lynne Margulis in 1981.

    (Source: sciencedirect.com)

    — 2 months ago with 59 notes
    #science  #life  #biology  #evolution  #bacteria  #prokaryote  #eukaryote  #cyanobacteria 
    Meselson and Stahl confirmed the semi-conservative model of DNA replication. Using two different isotopic growth mediums they could determine the weight of the DNA by centrifuge. The lack of variance in DNA centrifuge migration when a light genome call was moved into a heavy medium dispelled the dispersive model. The intermediate centrifugal force dispelled the conservative model. 

    Meselson and Stahl confirmed the semi-conservative model of DNA replication. Using two different isotopic growth mediums they could determine the weight of the DNA by centrifuge. The lack of variance in DNA centrifuge migration when a light genome call was moved into a heavy medium dispelled the dispersive model. The intermediate centrifugal force dispelled the conservative model. 

    (Source: nature.com)

    — 3 months ago with 9 notes
    #science  #nature  #dna  #biology  #life  #experiment 
    The role of histones in epigenetics. 

    The role of histones in epigenetics

    (Source: americanbiotechnologist.com)

    — 3 months ago with 17 notes
    #science 
    Hershey and Chase determined DNA to be the materiel responsible for heritable information using bacterophage by radio labeling the protein coats in one sample and the DNA of another. They could discern by centrifuge that is it only the DNA that enters the cell during infection.

    Hershey and Chase determined DNA to be the materiel responsible for heritable information using bacterophage by radio labeling the protein coats in one sample and the DNA of another. They could discern by centrifuge that is it only the DNA that enters the cell during infection.

    (Source: 50watts.com)

    — 3 months ago with 16 notes
    #science  #retro  #psychedelic  #1970s  #art  #colour  #weed  #biology  #life  #drugs 

    Metabolism and genome are logically separable. The protocells have no DNA.

    Dyson, F. 2004 Origins of life (2nd Ed.) Cambridge university Press. Cambridge, United Kingdom. Vol. 97, Pg. 7

    (Source: youtube.com)

    — 3 months ago with 11 notes
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    The genome is Maxwell’s Demon.

    Adami, C., Ofria, C., Collier, TC. 2000 Evolution of biological complexity. PNAS. University of California; Los Angeles, USA. Vol., 97. Pg., 4464-4468. 

    (Source: youtube.com)

    — 3 months ago with 2 notes
    #Science 
    Part of a art series posted on the @carnegiescience website. Although it as seem out of place to me I love the shapes. This picture depicts a Miscanthus.

    Part of a art series posted on the @carnegiescience website. Although it as seem out of place to me I love the shapes. This picture depicts a Miscanthus.

    (Source: dpb.carnegiescience.edu)

    — 3 months ago with 2 notes
    #science  #drugs  #art  #life  #patern  #weed  #psychedelic