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thanks guys. i am just concern of how people would react when i tell them that. i am not sure of the people in the uk, but my colleagues in my home country was quite suprised when i revealed that i have mild colour blindness. they asked wouldn't that be a problem for me especially in laboratory work. so far i am doing well, just submitted my masters thesis today.
I was just wondering whether my minor colour blindness will ever impede me from doing a phd in biochemistry, i.e. protein engineering? hope anyone familiar with this field can give your opinion as my interest in this field is second to none. thanks very much.
I was asked to submit a personal statement to my university of choice for a PhD study and it was stated that it should contain my reason for applying for that field and also why I choose that particular uni. How to write a good personal statement and what should be the optimum length to write? They also said that the selectors placed particular importance on such statements.
Thanks very much.
Any way that we can get the articles without that many lines (means the not-freely available ones) other than finding or purchasing the printed version? Sometimes the articles are very important but I cannot retrieve it just because it is quite aged.
I need some help over here. Any suggestions on calculating the molarity of acids (any acids especially the strong ones) as no information are given on the bottle except for the MW and the percentage of purity?
I don't know whether this is an appropriate site to ask such a Q or any suggestion of good forum sites?
Thanks very much.
I have contacted a Biochemistry Prof at Imperial College London and been accepted informally as a PhD student to his lab. Hope to start my study by Jan 2007. I am about to make a formal application to the College. Are there any interviews that I have to attend and how's life at Imperial?
Thanks for any replies.
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