Benjamin Fricker-Muller is midway through a biomedical science degree at SGUL. He wants to write mainly about neuroscience, medicine and philosophy, but he also dabbles in fiction and comedy writing. He is also an overly enthusiastic musician, with his first love being the blues.

The point of this blog is to provide a vent for his crisis of identity, between science and creativity, which, though not necessarily at odds, frequently pull him in different directions during the more trying periods of his undergraduate study. He wants to write about what we know and what we don’t. So go figure.

He also promises that all the views expressed here are his own and to minimise his use of the third person as much as possible.

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