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    Hi Everyone,
    A couple of months ago my A-Level Biology Tutor, Dr. Richard Spencer was given an MBE in the New Years honours list for his contribution to Science.

    Doc's a really great guy and fortunately for my college, we've had the joy of countless songs to aid our learning. He's been on TV doing the Mitosis Mamba aswell as the others which have graced our Biology lessons such as the DNA Boogie, Nephron! (A revolutionary attempt at making Sex Bomb his own) and a take on "I am what I am" by Gloria Gaynor! Some of them may sound bizzare, but you do find yourself singing "I am what I am I am my own special equation, image size over actual size times magnification" in an exam!

    Recently, he has submitted his latest "creation", a song about the features of the heart, to O2 Learning to share with the world!

    It's a really good revision tool, it's for a good cause and it's worth a watch if anything (and a vote of 5 Stars)! It's a rare glimpse into the world of our monday morning tutorials, if only you could see the dance that goes with!

    https://www.o2learn.co.uk/o2_video.php?vid=355
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    Lol, interresting. Did he get his award for his music is my question
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    Haha! No sadly, it was for Science Communication or something like that!
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    (Original post by Bannem)
    Hi Everyone,
    A couple of months ago my A-Level Biology Tutor, Dr. Richard Spencer was given an MBE in the New Years honours list for his contribution to Science.

    Doc's a really great guy and fortunately for my college, we've had the joy of countless songs to aid our learning. He's been on TV doing the Mitosis Mamba aswell as the others which have graced our Biology lessons such as the DNA Boogie, Nephron! (A revolutionary attempt at making Sex Bomb his own) and a take on "I am what I am" by Gloria Gaynor! Some of them may sound bizzare, but you do find yourself singing "I am what I am I am my own special equation, image size over actual size times magnification" in an exam!

    Recently, he has submitted his latest "creation", a song about the features of the heart, to O2 Learning to share with the world!

    It's a really good revision tool, it's for a good cause and it's worth a watch if anything (and a vote of 5 Stars)! It's a rare glimpse into the world of our monday morning tutorials, if only you could see the dance that goes with!

    https://www.o2learn.co.uk/o2_video.php?vid=355
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    Yeah it probably is a little cheeky of me! For that i'll apologise!

    Like said, if anything it's just a good revision tool and abit of fun!
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    I want to cry now. Thanks.
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    Thanks for sharing,hope you don t mind if I share it with others
 
 
 
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