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The way in which the human body works and how it’s perfectly adapted to this world something unmatched in its wonder. The most prestigious gift that we human beings have been bestowed with is to save and change lives...
Looking back to when I was studying GCSE’s I remember fondly my science classes and recall my enthusiasm to participate and absorb the knowledge being taught by my teachers. These classes exposed me to a lot of different and amazing topics, Homeostasis being one of them which held my attention and curiosity completely...
My determination to study Biomedical Science originates from my role as the primary caregiver to my father following his heart attack, epilepsy and decreased mobility. This has enlightened me to the wide variety of uses a single medicine has...
The limitless potential of the life sciences and the opportunity for world-changing breakthroughs are both exciting and compelling to me. Upon hearing about a disease for the first time, I am eager to find out more about the precise ways in which it affects the body, which has led me to spend much time researching the details of various diseases...
I find that science subjects suit my inquisitive personality; I enjoy experimenting and understanding how the world works. For my Biology independent study module I chose to explore the process of organ transplantation, specifically the medicines that make it possible...
The human body is a miraculous creation; it is a complex organism made of many diverse systems each working to maintain the life that we too often take for granted. Furthermore everyday life relies solely upon the biomedical sciences; it is an area of expertise that is constantly advancing out of necessity and as a result has shaped the lives of countless individuals...
Ever since the early years of my scholastic life I have been hugely fascinated by the biology of the human body and how the world we live in has been changed and reshaped by the discovery of new medicines...
Being recognised as one of the most advanced creatures on earth, as human beings we rely on intelligence and limitless curiosity to sustain our existence in such a complex society. To venture into the realm of science and medicine is to pursue a path of boundless discoveries...
Since humans have existed we have been susceptible to disease and illness. With the progress in the search of treatments for long-standing diseases accelerating faster than ever before, I believe that now is the perfect opportunity to utilise my interests in cell biology, biochemistry and neuroscience by studying a biomedicine degree...
Venturing into the unknown and never-ending world of science and medicine has been a passion and desire of mine for the majority of my life. I am captivated by how a simple idea can be transformed into a reality that can pave the way for new cures and more advanced anatomical understanding...
From my early age I have always dreamt of being a Biomedical Scientist. I have been intrigued by the human biology and how it works; this interest has been enhanced through mu studies of Biology and Chemistry...
As human beings we rely on intelligence and limitless curiosity to sustain our existence in such a complex society. Yet this existence is fragile, threatened by disease and the ticking time bomb of age, amongst other things, and yet seemingly held together by the principles and applications of biomedical science...
I was told I couldn’t have the opening paragraph I had originally written, so to begin I’ll to describe the scientific processes in my own words as this is what will underlie my degree and hopefully my foreseeable future...
The human body is one of the most amazing things in the world. We have so many cells that are designed to carry out their jobs perfectly. Laboratory work has always been very interesting for me, as it allows you to delve deeper into finding out how and why things work in the way they do...
After always having a passion for science, particularly Biology and Chemistry and how they affect everyday life, my decision to continue with them at A Level has only deepened my desire to learn more about how the huge amount of chemical reactions within the body allow for so many different systems to work harmoniously...
I have always been interested in Biology and Chemistry. I find them stimulating and challenging subjects, and over the years of studying them both, my interest in them has increased. This is why studying biomedical sciences at university is an ideal choice for me This year, whilst studying for my AS level subjects, I attended a Biology Conference at Westminster Centre Hall to increase my understanding of today's biological world...
My fascination with Science developed at a young age owing to the fact that both my parents and brother are employed in the medical industry Both my parents are registered nurses and my brother, a biomedical scientist...
Inasmuch as I have thoroughly enjoyed the comprehension of complex and abstract phenomena during my studies of physical chemistry, a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary science, I find the continuation in that direction most appropriate and natural...
My interest in science widened when I started high school. It gave me the opportunity to do well on my favourite subjects. This opportunity led me to have the interest on the physical human health; specifically the known illnesses that we can have at present and might have in the future...
My grandfather used to be a teacher in Biology and I really enjoyed reading and looking through his textbooks when I was a child. He is the person who first introduced me to the world of natural sciences and inspired me to further explore that field of study...
I think that applying engineering techniques to the human body is a fascinating, absorbing and rewarding endeavour with many potential benefits for health care. Arguably, all engineering disciplines seek to further our quality of life, however, what interests me in bioengineering is that it can directly affect and improve our health and well being...
My appreciation for the way in which medicines have aided psychological and mental illnesses in our society today was one of the reasons why I chose to do Sciences at A-level. I have encountered many experiences in my life, which have truly tested my development as a teenager...
The human body has always intrigued me, its diverse mechanisms providing complex antibodies that recognize foreign organisms such as viruses and bacteria. It's these organisms that are working everyday and every night to maintain and sustain the way of life we so frequently take for granted...
Ever since I looked at my first organism down a microscope I have had this arge to know what else is around me that I was not able to see with my naked eyes.The fascination of looking down a microscope and discovering many small organisms living without us knowing their presence makes one want to learn more about them...
Over the past two years I have acquired a blend of diverse scientific knowledge, analytical skills and time management. My Biology and Chemistry A-levels have given me an appreciation of how molecular structures create complex biochemical systems, which in turn can give rise to changes on the macro scale of tissues and organs on which medicine works...
The human body is a masterpiece of creation. The complexity of communication between cells, intriguing defense mechanisms against disease and the beholder of the blueprint to human existence; the human body is a world in its self...
Thanks to my mother's profession, I have had a front row seat in observing the radical changes made in the medical field with the introduction of new devices. I have also seen the beneficial effects these developments have had on the lives of people living in the less affluent countries in the Middle East; these observations coupled with my interest in mechanics have inspired me to pursue a career in biomedical engineering...
What I love about science is that it has yet to offer the 'best' way for anything. Man will always find ways to do things better than before, quote: "Wherever the knowledge takes us, it will empower us to do more...
To venture into the realm of science and medicine is to pursue a path of boundless discovery;I am in awe of how much humanity has been shaped by medical advances, paving the way for new cures and better anatomical understanding...
Being born in an era where Science flourishes and is relentlessly used as a base to solve all of mankind's problems makes me yearn for the knowledge it bestows. I first discovered Science at the age of 10, when I read a set of junior encyclopaedias, which introduced me to a world full of diversity...
Being nicknamed after sheep isn't something to be proud of, but the fact that most people in my neighbourhood know me as "Dolly" reveals my passion for genetic engineering. My fascination with science began in primary school and thanks to a desire to delve deeper into the scientific principles that govern this world and use them to develop technology that can resolve our problems, it gradually developed into a career choice...
Ovid said that medicine sometimes snatches away health, sometimes gives it. Over the last century there have been great developments in medicine and science so that many more people benefit from their application...
How one mutation can cause a malignant tumour or change the genetic material which is then passed to the next generation interests me. The challenges which are within the human body and the diseases which can change it easily are also a fascination...
At this precise moment in time your body is undergoing respiration, ultrafiltration, and detoxification. These are functions which are just touching upon the surface of the skilled machinery that is known as your body...
The University of Oxford defines biomedical science as the “focus on how cells, organs and systems function in the human body” but to me, this is a very basic definition of something that means a lot to me...
Looking now at my old encyclopedia collection I intriguingly and mostly find The Human Anatomy ones. I recall that at times I would use the so called “pester power” in the name of having all of the Human Anatomy encyclopedias ever to exist...
The human body is an incredibly interesting environment to study. The bones, veins, organs and the systems within it are a breathtaking design and when examined in further detail the facts that are uncovered are even more fascinating...
Biomedical science is at the forefront of understanding how cellular biology interplays with the diagnosis and treatment of human diseases. The complexity of the human body, especially the brain, has always fascinated me, ever since a family member was diagnosed with an incurable mental illness in the early years of my academic life...
The human body is incredible, the product of millions of years of evolution, slowly shaping us into what we are today. I am fascinated with the human body and its ability to use its intricate and unbelievably complicated structure to perform functions that we carry out subconsciously, to keep us in equilibrium...
Biomedical science has always interested me in both an educational and personal aspect. My AS studies have become a strong foundation to prepare me for further education. Biology has intrigued me the most as I am interested in genetics and molecular biology and hope to gain more knowledge within these topics...
Life, the universe and everything - areas of eternal human endeavour. My penchant is for the life aspect; specifically medical science and its fundamental role in 21st century life, something I've first-hand experience of, seeing two highly intelligent systems in science and human anatomy come together as one...
I have always been passionate about Science and wanted to pursue a career in the Diagnostic Science/Medical field and this degree course will help me achieve my goal. I am enthralled with the way the human body works and its ability to repair itself from major traumas and common ailments...

The perfection of human anatomy is incredible. I attended an Advance Medicine Summer School at Birkbeck, University of London where I realised that there are many abnormalities that occur in the complex human body...

Life has always been the most fascinating subject for me because of its simplicity and complexity: the primitive cells only consist of basic cell structures and operate on simple chemical pathways, but the different life forms that it evolved into could be stunningly beautiful and incredible...
Dengue is a mosquito borne disease that almost took my life. The effects of one bite were incomprehensible as a child, now as an aspiring Biomedical Scientist I strive to research the remedies of such diseases...
The way in which the human body functions and can be affected by disease has truly fascinated me, particularly in relation to the body's reactions to modern medicines. Medical advances in society, for example oncology treatments, have greatly influenced my desire to study a degree relating to human anatomy and the factors that can alter it...
My fascination with biology, especially the human body, has started developing a few years ago and I should be grateful to my high school biology teacher for it. Since then I have known that I was going to do a degree related to biological sciences...
Spending time in hospital, due to health issues, led me to have a great respect and admiration for those who work to develop the treatments, drugs and procedures I had undergone. This, alongside my inquisitive nature and awe of the complexity of the human body, drew me to a course in Biomedical science...
The growing world of human biology and the endless opportunities for research, driven by the vast advancing knowledge of physiology and human anatomy is what inspires me to pursue a degree in Biomedical Sciences...
The world of science is ever changing, old theories to which we have sculptured our whole lives around are being disproven every day and that coupled together with completely new discoveries is a prospect so exciting, something which can be found in no other field, for example the how it was previously thought, parts of the tongue can only perceive certain tastes but now we can see that all parts of the tongue can recognise salty, sweet, bitter, sour and umami taste sensations...
How does DNA code for so many different and contrasting things? This is a question that has always intrigued me and has sparked my interest in genetics. During the A-level genetics topic, I discovered the complexity of DNA, which lead me to read ‘How to code a human’ by Kat Arney...
How can one precisely describe the feeling of excitement? It is rather abstract, yet undoubtedly genuine. I, in process of self-discovery, am able to experience its spark when determining self-purpose...