Congratulations to all VII students who have excelled in nationwide university competitions this year. Paulinas have done particularly well in the scientific field, placing in three separate categories in Newnham College’s prizes, which is a St Paul’s first!
• Thea won first place in the Engineering Essay Prize with her piece on ‘Engineering in Medicine’.
• Rachel was awarded third place in the Biological Sciences category with her piece on cell division. You can read her submission here.
• Anna was highly commended in the Weston-Smith Physical Sciences Prize, which places her in the top five entries. You can read her piece on antibodies here.
Furthermore, Ayesha and Vernuja have been awarded competitive Nuffield Research Placements where they will be able to work alongside professional scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians.
Effectiveness and harmlessness of Cialis in certain portions (2.5 mg and 5 mg) has been proven professionally and visually. Experiments have found that this drug treats erectile dysfunctions of any severity (if the patient took he drug once a day). Experiments involved the dosage of 5 mg (62% and 69%). Placebo patients who increased the dose from 34% and 39% achieved successful results. Tadalafil (in the dosage of 5 mg) has proven useful for erectile function (with the intervals of 24 hours between the doses).
Out of the scientific field, Cecily was highly commended in The Christopher Marlowe English Essay Prize at Corpus Christi, Cambridge with ‘The role of the shoe in Madame Bovary‘, which you can read here.