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Ewald Wermuth New Director ECDPM
The European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) has appointed Ewald Wermuth as its new Director from 1 March 2015. He succeeds Paul Engel who steps down after having served ECDPM since...
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Understanding international church conflicts over...
In various denominations, debates on sexual ethics and treatment of minorities have sparked heated international controversy. This is sometimes seen as a conflict between a ‘liberal’ west and...
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Canterbury Justin Welby
Can ketchup follow in the gentrified trail of mus...
... selling jam at a farmer’s market to a Martha Stewart-esque emporium of specialty foods, tableware, gifts and even a cooking school in York, Maine. Stonewall’s new product...
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Look back at our community in 2014
... for the Provincial Innovation Award 2014 offered by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sport. • Suspected gas leak in downtown Port Hope turns out to be wind-bourne smell of routine...
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Some of Britain's traditional Christmas favourite...
Long-standing festive treats, such as sherry and brandy, are declining in popularity, according to the research by a joint team from Cambridge University Press and Lancaster University. And the study...
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Retail giant M&S to open in Oldham
... - which will see 150,000 sq ft of extra retail space, 800 new homes, including apartments, and 700 car parking spaces - was unveiled last month and is set to open in 2017. M&S will be...
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Marks & Spencer
Dow-UQ sustainable engineering research centre op...
The University of Queensland’s Dow Centre for Sustainable Engineering Innovation was officially opened at the St Lucia campus in Brisbane today (17 December). The Dow Chemical Company chairman and...
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Target the traders in ivory war
The threat to Africa’s remaining elephants from the illegal ivory trade is diverse and increasingly dangerous. In some parts of Central Africa, the elephant’s long-term future is in serious doubt. The...
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Lord’s Resistance Army
Colorado State University
Obesity: A Global Economic Issue
... as the world has shifted from subsistence farming to significantly agri-business controlled food production and distribution, it is not unreasonable to see health outcomes like widespread...
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ICRISAT- led global team cracks pigeonpea genome
... mainly grown by poor farmers, pigeonpea is now set to join the world’s league of major food crops with the completion of its genome sequence. The completed genome sequence of pigeonpea...
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Hotter, weirder: How climate has changed Earth
... Rio de Janeiro in 1992 — The Associated Press scoured databases from around the world. The analysis, which looked at data since 1983, concentrated on 10-year intervals ending in 1992 and...
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Where to now for Australian manufacturing?
Image: iStock In an office on the corner of Pelham Street and Barry Street in Carlton Professor of Economics Jeff Borland runs his hand along a graph that he has produced. It shows the number of...
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University of Melbourne
Light-Based Technology Tracks Oxygen Levels Under...
... spectroscopy measuring muscle oxygenation underwater Swimmers looking to monitor and improve technique and patients striving to heal injured muscles now have a new light-based tool...
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why are so many of us on antidepressants?
One in nine women in England takes antidepressants, according to the latest official national health survey. Just over 11 per cent of women and nearly six per cent of men over 16 said they had popped...
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Food and Drug Administration
Some Synthetic Biology Advocates Are Veering Too ...
... what the Feejee Mermaid was to P.T. Barnum in the 19th—a manufactured ideal, relentlessly and hyperbolically promoted and frequently documented in credulous accounts by the technology press...
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University launches new Scottish centre for food
SCOTLAND’S first centre for food development and innovation was launched at Queen Maragret University in Edinburgh yesterday. The launch of the new Centre aims to enhance Scotland’s position as a...
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FCI revamp panel may propose limiting grain purch...
As the government gets down to restructuring Food Corporation of India (FCI), a high-powered committee, headed by former Union minister Shanta Kumar, is considering limiting FCI’s procurement of wheat...
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Oscar Pistorius appeal: Nel says judge 'erred' on...
... he shot dead on Valentine's Day last year. In a court in Pretoria, Judge Masipa also handed Pistorius a three-year sentence, suspended for five years, for negligently discharging a...
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Experts launch new interdisciplinary scientific c...
... pioneering interdisciplinary programme; Secretariat opens in China Aiming to empower planners and policy-makers to achieve better health for billions of people living in fast-growing urban...
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Free Market Ideologues Devoid of New Ideas to Bui...
Speaking at an event to examine different ideological perspectives - left, right and centre - on building a more inclusive South African economy, Ann Bernstein of the Centre for Development and...
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