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2014/09/15 15:20
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Glaciers in the northern Antarctic Peninsula are melting faster than ever despite increased snowfall, according to a leading scientist at Aberystwyth University. Professor Neil Glasser and a team of...
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2014/09/14 07:20
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Dozens of password cracking tools are available to hackers trying to steal private pictures from iCloud and online accounts and the warning from a leading expert is clear: Create one in...
2014/09/12 05:20
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Could our phones be on the verge of becoming medical devices capable of diagnosing ailments and diseases, telling us when we need medical treatment and even contacting our GPs for us? Apple’s new...
2014/09/10 19:42
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A new computer model that shows how plants grow under varying conditions could help scientists develop varieties likely to grow well in future. Scientists built the model to investigate how...
2014/09/08 14:39
2014/09/08 14:39
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Crops that thrive in changing climates could be developed more easily, thanks to fresh insights into plant growth. A new computer model that shows how plants grow under varying conditions could help...
2014/09/07 15:12
2014/09/07 15:12
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Nato leaders were desperate to breathe new life into the military alliance that was in danger of expiring. And if rhetoric was the test they certainly passed it. Putin was the villain, roundly and...
2014/09/06 06:47
2014/09/06 06:47
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Of all of the signs plastered on the wall at a local store this week, one stood out. Get your flu shot here, it told me. Wait a minute. It's not even fall yet, and they're asking us to get flu shots...
2014/09/04 00:57
2014/09/04 00:57
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Jan Westmaas, old school humanist, linguist, teacher and traveller extraordinaire has self-published Out of the Box—what he calls “tales of travels,” a collection of some 57 travel articles written...
2014/09/03 18:20
2014/09/03 18:20
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Fires at waste sites can blaze for days, poison the air and cost the taxpayer thousands of pounds, Blaenau Gwent Labour MP Nick Smith has warned. The Labour MP described how 200 tonnes of waste...
2014/09/03 14:56
2014/09/03 14:56
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Ulan Bator: Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw the signing of a series of agreements with Mongolia on a whistle-stop visit Wednesday, just two weeks after a trip by Xi Jinping from its other...
2014/09/03 13:20
2014/09/03 13:20
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Fancy picking up your very own piece of Welsh noir real estate at a bargain price? An iconic Aberystwyth building used as the police station in TV drama Hinterland could be snapped up for a fraction...
2014/08/26 15:22
2014/08/26 15:22
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The number of Welsh students winning a place at university this summer has increased at a faster rate than anywhere else in the UK, official figures show. Data released by the Universities and...
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...
2014/08/25 17:15
2014/08/25 17:15
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A friend told me his father once met Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. Behind the communist strongman stood an attendant with a bowl of water, soap and a towel. After shaking hands, Ceausescu gave...
2014/08/24 16:42
2014/08/24 16:42
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Crack open the sloe gin and pick those blackberries. Following a mild winter and a warm spring, Britain is celebrating one of its earliest and most abundant harvests on record, say foragers,...
2014/08/21 18:51
2014/08/21 18:51
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And today Which? publishes its guide to the best universities, using criteria including how much students enjoy themselves – and how much they are likely to earn once they have finished their...
2014/08/20 18:42
2014/08/20 18:42
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The life is in the form of microorganisms that live beneath the enormous Antarctic ice sheet and convert ammonium and methane into the energy required for growth. Many of the microbes are...
2014/09/15 15:20
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