I am currently a student at Prirodno-matematicki fakultet under the university of Novi Sad. I am about to finish studies about biochemistry. Before that I went to high school in my hometown Leskovac. While I was in high school I was a peer educator in Youth Counselling. I also did a little sports like basketball and archery. Right now I'm in a process of getting my diploma as a biochemist and I'm working on my graduate work on a subject of Alzheimer's disease. I'm hopping that I will get my diploma by the end of next year and then I can look into my options for Master studies and PhD.
Science and development. Biochemistry, chemistry, biology. Genetics and DNA engineering. Fighting incurable diseases like cancer, MS, Alzheimer's disease... Also medicine and psychology.
I think that answer to everything is already written in our DNA, the only problem is how to read it... We still haven't even began to realize how much potential lies within our own cells. God did not create us, evolution did and now for the first time we have the ability to take evolution and guide it where ever we want. Big question still remains: will we be able to control ourselves through ethics and bring science and answers, and help to people without abusing it and using our knowledge for war and destruction and death? The answer lies within scientists themselves. In their ability to use their science and knowledge to benefit people and in their vigilance.
Biochemistry, chemistry, biology, genetics, physiology and science in general and in what ways it can benefit people. Also I would like to here about people, medicine and psychology.
Chemical experiments especially when I'm under pressure and need to be organized, tactical and methodical. Also I'm very good at all types of crafting ( sewing, knitting, repairs...). I'm very neat.
Another idea very much worth spreading is the use of herbs in everyday life. Western societies sometimes turn to nature and some people in the United States (for example) use medicinal herbs every day. But in my country that is rarely the case and it is limited to small towns and villages near mountains. this is, in my opinion, mainly because of fast urbanization. People have forgotten about healing powers of herbs that their ancestors have been using for centuries. But why should a person immediately turn to drugs and chemistry when the answer can be found in nature? Those components that we take from drugs can be found in herbs, only in smaller dosses and much healthier package! Not to mention safe and cheap because I'm not talking about some exotic plants, no I'm talking about plants that here grow almost everywhere. The only problem is educating people about finding and properly using these plants like those ancient herbalists used to do....
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