I have a long to-do list, so much so I have a “still to-do list”. On that list read “watch Gravity”. I didn’t watch Gravity. It was when I watched the BAFTA’s and witnessed Gravity obtain many awards throughout the night as well as 12 Years a Slave. The number of awards this film won, … More Is Scientific Accuracy Crucial In Cinema?
I thought I would share a video that a group of fellow student’s and I created. Our Neuroscience lecturer has utilised problem based learning (PBL) as a teaching method for the half of the year and we were the Guinea pigs. The premise was to select a problem which would focus around a Neurological problem … More Parkinson’s Disease: University Project
A New Years Resolution of mine for 2015 was to read more books. Unfortunately, I failed to meet this ambition, as I only read a few (Magic of Reality by Richard Dawkins, Edison’s Very Crude Explanation of Quantum Mechanics: Where Science and Spirituality Begin to Meet, by Edison Thomas and Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman). Of course, … More What Is Life?
I graduated from University with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Psychology and I really enjoyed learning about Ethics and why they are important to the science of Psychology. Whilst undertaking some research I came across some very un-ethical studies which I thought I would share. So without further a do…