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2014/10/29 21:37
2014/10/29 21:37
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For months last year, Freudenheim had been receiving pages as quickly as his translator could produce them. The urgency was partly commercial. The book had already sold more than a million copies...
2014/10/29 21:37
2014/10/29 21:37
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2014/10/28 17:08
2014/10/28 17:08
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Paul Brindley, Ph.D., co-authors an essay in Science on creating a pathway for vaccines and new drugs Recent breakthroughs may pave the way for vaccines and new drugs for those infected by parasitic...
2014/10/22 15:21
2014/10/22 15:21
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The Larsen Ice Shelf is one of the Antarctic’s most mysterious landscapes. Despite its relative accessibility, it remains one of the ice cap’s least explored places. It is best understood from...
2014/10/22 13:52
2014/10/22 13:52
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Three organisations in Wales will benefit from a share of £5 million of funding from the UK Government and industry to develop innovations to solve some of the world’s greatest agricultural challenges...
2014/10/13 14:20
2014/10/13 14:20
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Welsh Crucible is an award-winning programme of personal, professional and leadership development for the future research leaders of Wales. Funded by a consortium of Welsh universities, in...
2014/10/11 17:40
2014/10/11 17:40
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LEADING GPs are warning of a “crisis” in Mid Wales healthcare due to the difficulty in recruiting rural doctors. The stark message was delivered by GPs who were taking part in the 25th annual Rural...
2014/10/10 15:20
2014/10/10 15:20
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A vice-chancellor has launched a thinly-veiled attack on her predecessors by blaming her university’s fall in league tables on “many years of under-investment”. But in a new blog on the university’s...
2014/10/05 14:20
2014/10/05 14:20
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Doctors have warned of a looming crisis in rural parts of Wales as surgeries struggle to replace retiring GPs and practice nurses. During a debate at the 25th annual Rural Primary Care Conference in...
2014/10/05 10:47
2014/10/05 10:47
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Poor Mike Petkovic may be the unluckiest man in Britain - or at least Wales. He was trampled by his horse, leaving him with a severely damaged spine. While recovering and on crutches his flat caught...
2014/09/30 10:31
2014/09/30 10:31
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Prevailing models from the melting of the Greenland ice sheet have made the calculation that the ice sheet sits atop hard bedrock. A new study from a team of British and American scientists has...
2014/10/29 21:37
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