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2014/04/15 19:31
2014/04/15 19:31
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Parts of our planet are so hostile they are unreachable. But if we are to understand Earth’s atmosphere it is vital we monitor factors such as gases around industrial chimneys and erupting...
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2014/04/15 19:31
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2014/04/15 04:17
2014/04/15 04:17
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Change Biology Newswise — ANN ARBOR—A 32-year study of subarctic forest moths in Finnish Lapland suggests that scientists may be underestimating the impacts of climate change on animals and...
2014/04/14 23:26
2014/04/14 23:26
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End of the Road Monday 14 April 2014 Australians love their cars. And for much of the past six decades the cars they've loved most have been home-grown. In that time, Australia has been one of a...
2014/04/14 05:29
2014/04/14 05:29
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He sways his body mass into Planet Club at Kigali Business Centre. He sways because he cannot in the true sense of the word just walk, but drags his feet around and sways his body in a movement...
2014/04/11 21:25
2014/04/11 21:25
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Scientists have known for years that simple animals – worms, flies and even rodents – live longer if they are not allowed to eat as much as they want, because their metabolism is reprogrammed to work...
2014/04/11 16:25
2014/04/11 16:25
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... By entering the web address to their online tools, they managed to freeze the pages in time and ensure they collected a new record each day. IN Life & Arts Brewster Kahle, the Internet...
2014/04/10 22:03
2014/04/10 22:03
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New analysis of genetically engineered maize 1507: Risk research controlled by industry10 April 2014by testbiotech -- last modified 10 April 2014 In just a few weeks time the EU Commission could give...
2014/04/08 17:10
2014/04/08 17:10
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The worst air pollution since monitoring began swept large parts of England and Wales last week. From the south coast to Manchester and Sheffield, towns were bathed in thick yellow haze. In London...
2014/04/08 16:09
2014/04/08 16:09
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Yet if you live in Scotland, you will be wondering what all the fuss is about: supermarkets are free to trade as they please. The result is that many large shops open 24/7, and the moral order hasn’t...
2014/04/07 11:03
2014/04/07 11:03
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... been dunked in a tub of frigid water a few times. It is minus five degrees Celsius outside and a brutal wind hits the ship making it even colder. She then gets some leftover food dumped on...
2014/04/05 09:09
2014/04/05 09:09
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Ahead of half term and the official start of Hay Fever, the festival opens its doors to schools with an array of events to amuse and inform. Henry Winkler, aka “The Fonz”, now a prolific children’s...
2014/04/04 12:29
2014/04/04 12:29
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... many people must die before a disaster makes the front page? How many must flee their homes and countries before it is a crisis of sufficient gravity to interest readers, viewers and...
2014/04/04 08:46
2014/04/04 08:46
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PREPARED FOOD. The Cohen diet discourages eating out, saying that it's best to be aware of everything that's in your food MANILA, Philippines – With beach season in full swing and June weddings just...
2014/04/03 15:35
2014/04/03 15:35
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Johannesburg — Outbreaks of a deadly fungal disease in wheat crops in Germany and Ethiopia in 2013 have had the scientific community buzzing over the threat posed to global food security. Wheat stem...
2014/04/02 14:34
2014/04/02 14:34
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Researchers from the National Collection of Yeast Cultures (NCYC) at the Institute of Food Research (IFR) have identified a new globe-trotting yeast species that lives on tree-associated beetles. This...
2014/04/02 00:09
2014/04/02 00:09
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... many people must die before a disaster makes the front page? How many must flee their homes and countries before it is a crisis of sufficient gravity to interest readers, viewers and...
2014/03/31 11:21
2014/03/31 11:21
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... one will be untouched': Climate change will lead to war, famine and extreme weather, claims IPCC report Report said we have seen impacts of global warming on every continent Experts warned...
2014/03/28 23:16
2014/03/28 23:16
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... people who are taking science out of the laboratories. Non-scientists can help with research projects and log family findings with national data bases. Photo / Thinkstock In the...
2014/03/28 17:18
2014/03/28 17:18
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Imagine this horror: your child has just reached dating age, and their first crush is on the son or daughter of someone you went out with in your youth, a relationship that ended disastrously. It was...
2014/03/27 19:39
2014/03/27 19:39
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... aphid pests have been targeted by their gruesome enemies could shed new light on how farmland organisms interact, and potentially help protect important food crops. Aphids are capable of...
2014/04/15 19:31
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