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2014/09/17 14:42
2014/09/17 14:42
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When wine growers turn their grapes into wine, they need to control a number of processes to bring out the desired flavour in the product that ends up in the wine bottle. An important part of the...
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2014/09/17 14:42
2014/09/17 14:42
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2014/09/16 23:18
2014/09/16 23:18
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Archaeologists on the Danish island of Zealand recently discovered a Viking fortress that likely dates back to the 10th century A.D. It's the first time in 60 years that such a fortress has been...
2014/09/16 14:09
2014/09/16 14:09
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The rankings are shown here in full: 1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 4 Harvard University 7 Stanford University 8 California Institute of Technology (Caltech) 9 Princeton...
2014/09/10 14:06
2014/09/10 14:06
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Traces of what used to be a Viking fortress had recently been discovered by archeologists in Denmark. Located about 30 miles southwest of Copenhagen, the circular fortress, called Vallø Castle Ring,...
2014/09/09 12:08
2014/09/09 12:08
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Patients with COPD would like healthcare professionals to discuss palliative care needs in more detail, according to a new study. Palliative care refers to care that is focused on making a person...
2014/09/08 14:22
2014/09/08 14:22
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NEW YORK (The Deal) -- Chemicals maker FMC(FMC) has agreed to buy crop-protection products maker Cheminova from holding company Auriga Industries for just over 10.5 billion Danish kroner ($1.8...
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2014/09/07 11:51
2014/09/07 11:51
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Individuals diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) — and even the children of those with OCD — are at significantly greater risk for developing schizophrenia and schizophrenia spectrum...
2014/09/07 07:11
2014/09/07 07:11
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An innovative rehabilitation programme offers Danish fighters in Syria an escape route and help without prosecution. A collaboration between welfare services and police in Aarhus, Denmark's second...
2014/09/04 09:28
2014/09/04 09:28
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The Emberá people of the Baudó river, whose language (Emberá-Baudó) is classified as threatened.Credit: Rodrigo Camara Leret, Section for Ecoinformatics & Biodiversity, Department of Bioscience,...
2014/09/02 11:33
2014/09/02 11:33
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From being a dirty word in the past, entrepreneurship is increasingly being celebrated and encouraged – as it should be. Richard Branson, entrepreneur and founder of Virgin Group With average...
2014/08/27 14:42
2014/08/27 14:42
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FLATEY ISLAND, Iceland—When the days grew long, seabirds flocked to this hamlet on the edge of the Arctic to rear their chicks under the midnight sun. These days, a few stubborn holdovers streak the...
2014/08/25 19:39
2014/08/25 19:39
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... —Ancient Barrier Canyon-style paintings crafted on sunset-washed rock faces of the Great Gallery, located in Horseshoe Canyon in southern Utah's Canyonlands National Park, are younger than...
2014/08/20 19:42
2014/08/20 19:42
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The study, which looks at estimates of climate and land-use change speeds, is from Jack Williams, UW-Madison professor of geography; Volker Radeloff, UW-Madison associate professor in the Department...
2014/08/20 06:08
2014/08/20 06:08
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As the longevity of the world's population continues to increase, the challenges accompanying this become more complex and touch nearly every aspect of society. Springer has therefore launched a new...
2014/08/18 19:39
2014/08/18 19:39
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As climate change alters habitats for birds and bees and everything in between, so too does the way humans decide to use land. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Aarhus University...
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2014/08/16 19:18
2014/08/16 19:18
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Fifty years ago the first United Nations Conference on Trade and Development launched a debate about how much money rich countries should give to poor ones to reduce poverty and bolster growth. In...
2014/08/15 00:42
2014/08/15 00:42
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Origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, derives its elegance and beauty from the manipulation of a single piece of paper to make a complex shape. The RNA origami method described in the new study...
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2014/09/17 14:42
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