With autumn on the horizon, this graphic looks at the chemicals behind the myriad colours of autumn leaves; bigger version & download here: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-sn
Thank you!! BTW, I love your username. I’ll have you know I am on my way to making myself some Nutella toast. The besssst :)
Thank you, you are too kind!
I am currently taking what I refer to as a “light load”. My past two semesters were brutal and for my sanity I decided to slow down a bit. I am taking Genetics, Ecology, Bio Psych, Social Psych and Abnormal Psych. I would say my biggest challenge is Genetics, but I love the topic so much it’s worth the tears. Ecology is probably my second most challenging course, mainly because the material is immensely detailed. Surprisingly, it’s been really fascinating, and I am actually quite enchanted with it all. I never knew learning about soil and wind patterns could be so fun! lol
If i was to have my way I would love to go to grad school for Neuroscience, but I always keep my mind open. In the past, putting myself in a box hasn’t really helped, and I am trying to be a little more flexible. I hope things go my way *crosses fingers*
Thank you so much! I love hearing from fellow science lovers. When I was a Junior I had no idea what I really wanted to do, all I knew was that I loved Neuroscience and that was that lol. You are ahead of the game ;)
I made a pretty detailed post about my school materials right here. I haven’t acquired anything new since then, therefore it’s very up to date. When I get something new I promise to share it with you guys. Take a look at the post to get some ideas, and if you have any other questions please let me know :)
False color SEM’s of various pathogens | ZEISS Microscopy
- (1) Bubonic plague bacteria (yellow) are shown in the digestive system of a rat flea (purple).
- (2) Q-fever bacteria (yellow).
- (3) Human T cell (blue) under attack by HIV (yellow).
- (4) Chlamydia trachomatis (green).
- (5) String-like viral Ebola particles emerging from a lysed cell.
Ah yes!! I used to talk so much crap about Chemistry, but it truly is a fascinating subject. Just make sure you also reward your hard work by taking breaks and doing other things besides studying. I love to go for runs and cook to get my mind off of things. It helps a ton! Good luck :)
Hey! I know what you mean, it took me a while to really find my rhythm and to figure out what worked out in terms of studying! Everyone is different and studying methods are really personal, what works for someone doesn’t necessarily work for the other person!
I made a pretty detailed post here about the methods I follow, I think it might really help you to get some ideas! Good luck!!
I’m glad I could help!!! 😍 Good luck with your semester! Your classes are challenging but sound very interesting! Enjoy them!