Attached herewith, please find what I wrote about the import of a training to me and my institution; and yes I have sent it along with a filled up questionnaire and a slightly nutty CV.
Having joined the biochemistry Masters stream inspired by the introductory course offered at undergraduate level, I have come to love the subject even more: it is the best of the sciences when it comes to understanding what life is all about (to the best of human understanding, that is). And I have also come to realize that if life is a mystery then it is a mystery that is encoded by genes and unraveled as proteins. Speaking of proteins, they sure have come a long way from their simple definition as “one of the foodstuffs” that I knew from way back in elementary…
Ok, that was corny.
I keep on reading biochemistry and I keep on forgetting what I have read soon after (exams). Teaching biochemistry can be one way of addressing this problem. But I like my biochemistry not only on paper but also in test tubes-or so I thought. I got my wish and like the song goes “careful what you wish for because you just might get; and some more you don’t want ’’: I am supposed to finish my studies this year but I am reeling in this seemingly never-ending laboratory work. I desperately want to be somewhere different from where I am now writing you this; the premises of AHRI would make for a great change of scene for two weeks come 30th of June.
Here is my third shot at impressing :
It is of the essence that I acquire some practical knowledge on these central themes of biochemistry i.e. molecular biology and bioinformatics. And will the training be any good to my institution? Hell yeah! I will share whatever knowledge I get from you fine ladies and gentlemen with whosoever desires it. I ain’t stingy man!
Ok I blew it.
Will keep you posted on the outcome.
I am down with the pictures idea; it is just that nothing interesting is happening to me. If I were a number I would have had a dot or a bar over my head. But for what it is worth here is the view from the lab asrahulet tekul akababi:
I photographed the asphalt it in a slanting manner
so as to add something new to it. Ha ha ha ha and tibebe stop.