Fred, from Brighouse, West Yorkshire, spent a year and £400 building the polymerase chain reaction machine, one component of which was an old video player he found at home. He got the idea after reading about a similar one built by a man in America. Fred describes the device, which would cost £3,000 to buy new, as a 'DNA photocopier'. It amplifies the DNA strands so they can be analysed in a lab.
Fred will now go to Oxford University to study biochemistry
Looks like there are two pictures of the “bedroom”
Doesn’t “Young Engineer” have to be graduate engineer with diploma or member of engineering society, before can be called engineer?
.........and his ginger brother signed a contract to become the next Richard Simmons.
Fred’s brother needs a haircut