Banting House NHS Blog Posts

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The End?

Here we are, December 8th, last day of the term, and last day at Banting House as the intern of Fall 2021. It does feel a bit surreal. Time has flown by so quickly. I have enjoyed my time here at Banting House immensely. From creating the online exhibit to social media outreach to tours,… Continue Reading →


We wrapped up #GivingTuesday yesterday with a thank you. I was looking for an image to accompany this post and I found an image of Banting working in his lab. I have not done any posts about “object attachment”, that is finding a certain object appealing. My logic for using this photo in our “thank… Continue Reading →

Bleeding Blue

Did you know that that spiders don’t bleed red, but rather bleed blue? I’m not here to say that I’m a spider, nor that I am of royal lineage, but rather share an entirely different sentiment. Humans bleed red because “it has a red-colored compound called heme that’s crucial for carrying oxygen through your bloodstream…. Continue Reading →


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