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UNKNOWN to many, biomedical scientists are an integral component of modern healthcare services. In fact, any tests done or samples taken from patients would most likely have been studied by biomedical scientists who then work with doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.
IN the late 16th century, the Corporation of the City of Dublin decided that the time had come for the small city to have a university. Located in that part of Ireland then under the control of the English Crown, which had not authorised the establishment of a university anywhere under its dominion for more than 300 years, Dublin City modestly requested a College with degree awarding powers, instead of petitioning Queen Elizabeth I for a potentially more controversial full university.
THE medical field has always been a popular profession for students and parents, largely due to the noble values of saving lives, as well as for its stability and rewards. As an academic institution that excels in teaching Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Newcastle University has consistently been one of the most highly regarded medical degrees in the UK with programmes that are confirmed by the UK’s General Medical Council.
SUNWAY University is in discussions with the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, to collaborate on ways to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic.
Horseshoe have been around for more than 200 million years - they predate flying insects, dinosaurs and humans - but scientists know little about them. That is changing, now that the species is playing critical roles in assuring biomedical safety and in a major environmental dispute.