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2014/07/31 12:31
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Two new reports that focus on the global electricity water nexus have just been published. Three years of research show that by the year 2040 there will not be enough water in the world to quench the...
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2014/07/30 23:03
2014/07/30 23:03
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A third of teenagers suffer pains in their knees and for half of them the pain does not go away. Fewer than a 10th experience daily twinges, the Danish study of 3000 adolescents found. A quarter of...
2014/07/30 10:28
2014/07/30 10:28
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Archaeologists at the excavation site of Alken Enge.Anders Trærup, AU Foto The bodies of fallen Alken Enge warriors in Denmark were desecrated after their deaths in a macabre religious act,...
2014/07/29 16:18
2014/07/29 16:18
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Toward a Cure for HIV: The Promise of the ‘Mississippi Baby’ By Linda Villarosa Special to the NNPA from The Black AIDS Institute MELBOURNE, Australia – Is the glass half empty – or half full? That...
2014/07/29 14:39
2014/07/29 14:39
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Aarhus University researchers have developed an easier method to create DNA–protein conjugates. The method can potentially strengthen the work involved in diagnosing diseases. DNA linked to proteins...
2014/07/29 12:31
2014/07/29 12:31
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War hero Ted Sismore’s medal sale stirs memories of RAF’s original ‘smart’ bomberTed Daisy Sismore, the RAFs top low-level, precision-bombing navigator of the Second World War. Following a medal sale...
2014/07/28 20:17
2014/07/28 20:17
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... Review of Key Detergent Ingredient Use Shows No Adverse Environmental Impacts • Peer-Reviewed Scientific Journal Article Examines 250+ Studies on Surfactant Impact on Waterways, Sediments •...
2014/07/25 15:28
2014/07/25 15:28
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The claim: Just a few days of fasting can trigger the breakdown of skeletal muscle--an alarming prospect for sick or older adults who may already suffer from weakness or loss of muscle. On the other...
2014/07/25 08:26
2014/07/25 08:26
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Six things we learnt from Melbourne's AIDS conference After a week marked by tragic and sudden loss of six delegates on the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, the 20th International Aids...
2014/07/23 14:57
2014/07/23 14:57
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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Smoking during pregnancy has been linked to a higher chance of the child having attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and a new study suggests women who use...
2014/07/23 10:08
2014/07/23 10:08
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Danish researchers take another small step in the fight against HIV A pilot study by HIV researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark has shown that an anti-cancer...
2014/07/23 07:55
2014/07/23 07:55
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The death of a parent is one of the most traumatic events a child can experience and it can have many grave short-term psychological consequences. A new study has suggested that the extent of these...
2014/07/21 12:18
2014/07/21 12:18
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Low cost organic products are more likely to be repurchased but a high price strategy could prove more effective in encouraging cross-purchasing across ranges, finds research. Published in Food...
2014/07/18 14:07
2014/07/18 14:07
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Share This article Some intrepid biologists at the University of Southern California (USC) have discovered bacteria that survives on nothing but electricity — rather than food, they eat and excrete...
2014/07/18 13:43
2014/07/18 13:43
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After a long winter of recession, economists are predicting a recovery and things are finally looking up in western economies. Businesses and consumers are growing more confident, tax rises and...
2014/07/15 18:43
2014/07/15 18:43
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Unfortunately, bees all over the world are under pressure from pesticides, mites, viruses, bacteria, fungi and environmental changes, among other things. The problems often lead to the syndrome Colony...
2014/07/14 07:08
2014/07/14 07:08
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New research conducted at Aarhus University has revealed that people who have grown up on a farm with livestock are only half as likely as their urban counterparts to develop the most common...
2014/07/10 15:38
2014/07/10 15:38
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The formation of planets of stars is still somewhat of a mystery to astronomers. While much progress has been made, particularly in the last few decades, there are still unanswered questions as to how...
2014/07/08 11:25
2014/07/08 11:25
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UCD spin-out OxyMem for European award Tuesday, July 08 11:24:20 OxyMem, a University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out, is one of just nine companies established by academic entrepreneurs, to be...
2014/07/01 13:39
2014/07/01 13:39
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... —A multi-institutional team has resolved a long-unanswered question about how two of the world's most common substances interact. In a paper published June 30, 2014, in the journal Nature...
2014/07/31 12:31
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