Blog Archives

Biology Coursework 2: plant hormone development

The second piece of coursework involves either a visit and write up or a report on an area of biological interest. I am hoping to arrange a visit in Leeds in the next few weeks but if not will write

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in biology, environment, experiments, HealthyLiving, learning, nature, physicaltherapy, research

Training update – more strength training needed

I ran to & up Box Hill again yesterday – it was slightly better than last time – I took one less break and halved the time of the others, although at one point I had to take a very

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in fitness, HealthyLiving, martial

Cook Ding’s Kitchen and Practical Daoism in Everyday Life

Cook Ding’s Kitchen was one of the earlier martial arts blogs I found when I first started looking several years ago. He has recently released a book –Cook Ding’s Kitchen – a kung fu carry out – Practical Daoism in Everyday

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in fitness, martial

Quantified Self meetup in London

The meetup was led by a nice lady, Adriana Lukas. It was at Google Campus – they have some seats where we could sit before the meetup officially started. It felt a bit like and not-like the hub, certainly some

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in experiments, HealthyLiving, learning, physicaltherapy, random learning

Superhuman and Medicine collections at the Wellcome Museum

Conveniently located – a 5 minute walk from Euston rail station. The Superhuman exhibition finishes tomorrow so just managed to get there in time. Icarus and Daedalus seemed a very suitable start. Some notes: a pair of gloves with sticks

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in HealthyLiving, learning, physicaltherapy

History of Anatomy talk at RPS by Simon Chaplin

Simon Chaplin is Head of the Wellcome library and he visited the Royal Pharmaceutical Society earlier this evening to give a talk on the History of Anatomy, kindly provided by the British Society for the History of Pharmacy. They are

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in healthreg, HealthyLiving, physicaltherapy

Surgeons’ Hall Museum Edinburgh

We visited yesterday morning for an hour. Incidentally, I’m not using the bite clicker now to relieve bites as don’t want to get attuned to a click. Am using TCP liquid antiseptic and the smell enough is something else –

Tagged with: , , , , , ,
Posted in HealthyLiving, learning, physicaltherapy

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 1,012 other followers


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,012 other followers