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Raphael “Speedy” Ndem
Works at The Doctors Laboratory
Attended University of Westminster
Lives in London
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😐 I've been getting weird hangout invitations lately...
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POV for the week

Running sound and lights with +Sanyu Nakasi​ for +Theatre in the Square​'s performance of How To Disappear Completely And Never Be Found.

Older lighting board than usual but still gets the job done.
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I'm seeing a few people on social media saying "Praying for Paris won't achieve anything"
Let's get this straight shall we, its not about religion, it is about showing Paris and the people involved who have lost loved ones because of the terrorists that we are thinking and in support of them.
I'm also seeing people say that "It is the refugees that have come from Syria" No it bloody well isn't, these thugs are what the refugees are fleeing from in the first place. 
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+Tomáš Hluska eyewitness say they spoke fluent French.

Prevailing theory is that the were radicalized French citizens.
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+Iman Crosson and his usual shenanigans...
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Since its inception, I've been using +Inbox by Gmail​ for my gmail needs. But, for all your non-gmail address email needs, which email app do you use? And why?

For others, pls explain below.

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Outlook
27%
Gmail
73%
CloudMagic
0%
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+Paul Basehore yeah I used to use CloudMagic exclusively before Inbox and Outlook (after it was renamed from Accompli) were released.
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My headphones of choice since last December.

Via +UrAvgConsumer

#HeadphonesRecommended
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I love them. I don't use the bass boost they really don't need it.
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That old school love..
Exclusive Beats/Instrumentals. If you need an instrumental but CANNOT find it ANYWHERE, we will gladly take requests & post them up for you. Just send a message and/or comment up above and we will try
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Exactly 3 years ago to the day, this little guy earned me an invitation to the world of Ingress. Today, on the eve of my birthday, my lovely wife blessed me with my very own Resistance necklace.

https://plus.google.com/+RaphaelNdem/posts/3ZhJnjMd5xB

Not all mysteries are solvable, but the joy comes in the pursuit.

Happy birthday +Ingress​.
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Have a good one Speedy!
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Yo dawg...

Oh +Sony Xperia​.
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London... are you ready??

Sign up now: http://j.mp/LDNShards
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Chromecast Audio

Of everything that +Google​ announced yesterday, this is what's got me pumped the most. I've always loved the idea of wireless music systems like Sonos Connect but at well over £250 there's no way I would ever choose one over Chromecast Audio for £30*
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+Julian Davies yeah, I'm happy to have my Chromecast Audio, but that's the biggest thing I miss from the Q. Actually really happy to see they're looking to (re-)add multiroom.
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Khan Academy

Learning for free. This is one of those apps that should have a permanent home on everyone's devices.
Khan Academy is now on Android!- You can learn anything — for free: Over 10...
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Work
Occupation
Advanced Medical Laboratory Assistant, Sound Technician, ScienceSeeker Editor
Skills
Clinical/Medical Research, Audio/Sound Engineering
Employment
  • The Doctors Laboratory
    Associate Practitioner, 2015 - present
    Supporting the Biomedical Scientists in the Clinical Biochemistry department carrying out a range of laboratory and scientific tests to support the diagnosis and treatment of disease, performing the routine diagnostic analytical work of the department via the operation and maintenance of pre and post analytical instrumentation.
  • The Doctors Laboratory
    Medical Laboratory Assistant, 2014 - present
    Receiving, identifying and preparing all routine and urgent samples and request forms entering the department, and organising their despatch to the Clinical Biochemistry, Haematology, Microbiology, Immunology and Referrals departments.
  • ScienceSeeker
    Photo Editor, 2011 - present
    Managing and updating the photos featured on the homepage, and improving the site's social media presence through Google+.
  • Amateur Theatre
    Sound Technician, 2008 - present
    Setup and running of audio (and occasionally lighting) equipment for Theatre in the Square, Incognito Theatre, and Mathew Dickinson productions in North London, and for Theatre in the Square productions at the Minack Theatre in Cornwall.
  • Royal Brompton Hospital
    Trainee Biomedical Scientist, 2004 - 2004
    Assisted laboratory staff with day-to-day duties which predominantly included specimen preparation for distribution to the appropriate departments, and storage as required. Logged patient details into a computer system utilising IT skills and attention to detail.
  • Harefield Hospital
    Trainee Biomedical Scientist, 2003 - 2004
    Assisted the Clinical Biochemistry laboratory staff with daily duties mainly involving sample processing and storage, and packaging as required for delivery to other hospital departments.
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London
Previously
Cairo - Rabat - Abuja - Dublin
Story
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Laboratory Scientist - Gamer - Android & Tech - Music & Sound Engineering
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Interests & Hobbies
  • Active (Basketball)
  • Always with Headphones (Sony)
  • Android & Ubuntu Linux (Windows as plan B)
  • Biomedical Science
    • Clinical Chemistry
    • Haematology
    • Immunology
  • Gaming (Android, PS3 & PC)
  • Life Sciences & Technology
  • Music & Sound Engineering
    • Listening - Hip hop, R&B, Soundtracks
    • Mixing - Virtual DJ (Windows) & Mixxx (Linux)
    • Theatre - Multiplay (Windows)
  • Sarcasm & Humour

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Education
  • University of Westminster
    MSc Biomedical Science, 2008 - 2009
    Dissertation titled "Reliability of bioinformatics tools for the prediction of trans-membrane regions of proteins".
  • University of Westminster
    BSc Biomedical Science, 2004 - 2007
    Dissertation titled "Comparison of a number of bioinformatics tools used for the prediction of secondary structures in proteins".
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RalphakaSpeedy, Speedy.
Amazing theatre to watch a performance. Even more amazing to be involved in one here.
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reviewed a year ago
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Not particularly welcoming and there can be a bit of a wait before you finally get a table. The meal was served with something or another missing. Free salads & re-fillable drinks (limited choice) may be a plus, but the atmosphere wasn't well kept - it could get quite chilly regardless of where your table is situated. I'd recommend for a friendly/family get-together but nothing more than that.
Atmosphere: GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago