New Psychoactive Substances (NPSs) are molecules that contain “non-illegal” compounds though exhibiting psychoactive effects to consumers. They are recently evolved to replace the illegal drugs such as cocaine, methamphetamine, cannabis, etc.  The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) categorise the main substances of NPS includes aminoindane, synthetic cannabinoids, synthetic cathinones, ketamine, phyncyclidine-type … Continue reading No meth, no cannabis? No worries!
Effective and engaging presentation is a powerful tool to deliver meaningful messages, or a call to take action. But how do we make sure a presentation is attentive and memorable? In my opinion, I believe in the following rules can be applied in every presentation or speech. They can be from my previous experiences in … Continue reading Make your presentation powerful
I got to mark Exemplar 5 report during Workshop 5 and it was about “Presumptive tests for blood identification in forensic investigation” I thought this was an interesting activity because this experience would help me understanding what being expected in our group’s major report. Firstly, the organisation of this report is highly credited. The first … Continue reading Benchmarking activity