Monday, March 28, 2011

Tuesday with Fadzil

Today my students will learn more about Mendelian Genetics. In today practical session, they will investigate the patterns of monohybrid inheritence. Let's toss a coin or two!


p/s: Can you imagine what would happen to Genetics Science today, if Mendel choose to use other plant instead of green pea.

Image from google.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Gov. Servant

Being one, I must attend quite few compulsory courses, which require me to fill up stake of forms. I've done with 4, both online and manual. Another 3 or 4 are waiting. And today is already thursday!. Yes, this week I am swarmed with forms, while my free spirited students are enjoying their mid semester break.

I am not good with this. But well, I am learning.

I have sent the outline or initial overview of my research idea to be reviewed by peer. Hopefully it will get good constructive comments for improvement. The research idea is at its early infancy, and needs serious jolt for improvement.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Mid Semester Break

My students are enjoying their mid semester break. I am enjoying it too from my office. Need to read a word or two about Mendelian genetics, refreshing those theories and facts, and also polishing my hypothetical result for next practical class.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Out of Office

I'll be out of office from 7th - 15th March 2011 (That long?)

7th-9th March - North Bound
10th-11th March - South Bound
14th - 15th March - Kota Kinabalu (the city)

Hence, my kids will enjoy 2 weeks without my class (and my yell).

Enjoy kids, be good and wish you all the best in your up coming mid term exam.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

2nd practical

My second practical was done without much hassle. Although lack of equipments, we managed to pull it off. The experiment about microbial growth will be carried out for 24 to 48 hours, since they need to observe the cells growth.

Next class need to be postponed because I'll be working out of office from 7 until 15 March. Nah.. that's quite a while right?