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5 Honest Job Prospects After Studying Biomedical Science

We all know that the job prospects of a biomedical Science graduate aren’t the greatest. There seems to be a lot of misinformation, claiming biomedical science graduates can get outlandish jobs if they play their cards right. Whilst becoming a neuroscientist with a biomedical science

5 Eye-opening Reasons Not to Study Pharmacy

Pharmacy isn’t initially what people think of when planning what they want to spend the rest of their lives doing, however due to advice such as “you will have a secure job right out of university”, many students are led to believe pharmacy is their

5 great reasons to study biomedical science degree

5 Great Reasons to Study a Biomedical science degree

Every degree comes with it’s own set of benefits and shortcomings. These are often greatly influenced by where you choose to study your degree and to what level. For the most part dedicating 3-5 years of your life to learning about a particular subject will

5 clear-cut reasons not to study biomedical sciences

5 Clear-Cut Reasons Not to Study Biomedical Science

Biomedical science is taught in about 90 UK universities. It focuses on giving students experience in a lab whilst still providing background knowledge of the biology behind the inner workings of the human body. This includes learning in detail about the cause of human disease,

absurb exams we have to do at university

In my biomedical sciences degree, in order to qualify onto my final year, I had to pass a competency test which was designed to test my ability to perform basic laboratory tasks in microbiology (bacteria stuff), biochemistry (chemical stuff), and pathology (looking at tissue under

problem of university exams

Much is required of students at university. Keeping up with and internalizing lecture material, undergoing further reading to widen knowledge, attending scheduled sessions, and ensuring you remain sane in it all. The component of organized study that students seem to dread the most, and maybe

primary and secondary haemostasis

Haemostasis is the process of changing blood from a fluid to a solid state to reduce blood loss after vessel injury. Haemostasis also involves maintaining blood in a fluid state when there is no injury. Haemostatic balance is maintained by regulating levels of procoagulants which