About Me

So, this is the bit where I try to impress you… 


I am currently a student at the university of Birmingham with an aspiration to work in the medical sector, be it in academia or in the more traditional sense.

Having pondered on whether I should start a blog for the past 6 weeks, I now find myself starting one, a belated welcome to my first blog entry.  I’m planning to blog on a host of topics, without a specific genre, if I could categorise my blog it would come under current affairs, and even that is a little vague and ambiguous. I don’t know how long it’ll last, but all of you are welcome on this journey, I’ll need all the support I can get.

If you want to interact with me through social media or to have a friendly chat, then follow me on Twitter   @AsemMI   and add me on   Facebook 

Things that interest me:
Reading, Crime Dramas, Politics, Law, Current Affairs, Health, Medicine

I swim every week, a keen Manchester United fan and I also follow Tennis and F1.



Recent Posts

Intelligence…What Intelligence?



Intelligence is something quite unique to us humans, our ability to think, plan, reason, problem solve, communicate and learn, to name a few is what sets us apart from the rest of the animal kingdom. But the way in which the billions of neurones in our brains activate and control these abilities is still  largely a mystery and neuroscientists have been trying to solve this mystery to reveal what intelligence is and how it actually happens. 

Whilst neuroscientists are trying to reveal how intelligence happens, the majority of the population are craving such insight and are keen to know how to improve someone’s intelligence. For scientists, this is a complicated topic. From studies that have been conducted, we know a large component that contributes to one’s intelligence is their genetic make up, however there is an equally large environmental component that also contributes to their overall intelligence. This means, that there are events in people’s lives that are affecting how they develop the use of these regions of the brain which determine intelligence. This implies that changing people’s experiences will ultimately affect their intelligence, however actually finding out what it is about people’s experiences that shapes the way their brain develops is still elusive to this day.


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