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2014/12/19 03:22
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Universities are making record levels of offers to would-be students amid intense competition to attract good candidates, official figures suggest. Young people in England and Wales have never been...
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2014/12/19 00:11
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The Engineering Employers' Federation (EEF) has called on the government to maintain its support for catapult centres, following the publication of its science and innovation strategy. A sum of £61m...
2014/12/18 14:39
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Generating the equivalent of a trillion light bulbs – more power than the whole national grid, but delivered in incredibly short flashes, a new international science facility will give British...
2014/12/18 07:47
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The stronghold of Oxford and Cambridge in research is being threatened by the rise of London universities, according to an analysis of official data. New rankings still show Oxford remains top in...
2014/12/16 06:58
2014/12/16 06:58
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AMBITIOUS plans for a multi-million pound 'Skills City' for Lancashire, creating 6,000 hi-tech jobs, were in crisis today after being branded 'the worst in the country' by government ministers. They...
2014/12/12 00:10
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The government’s Regional Growth Fund (RGF) said it had put funds totalling more than £1bn into the hands of businesses, which in turn has leveraged nearly £3bn in private sector investment, business...
2014/12/10 13:16
2014/12/10 13:16
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A new £15m hi-tech business hub that could create 1,000 jobs and house 300 new businesses over the next decade was officially launched today. A collaboration between the University of Liverpool and...
2014/12/10 12:49
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All things considered 2014 was was an extraordinary year for the European Space Agency, most notably with its success in landing a probe on a comet. Now the agency is training new astronauts to go...
2014/12/10 10:25
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This is the third year in a row the UK has won one of science’s Oscars, thanks to the work of British-American neuroscientist John O’Keefe. Professor O’Keefe, of University College London, was...
2014/12/09 22:13
2014/12/09 22:13
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Employees with a degree are also much more likely to get a job and be working in a highly skilled post, according to the statistics published by the Business Department. The report looked at the...
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2014/12/08 09:06
2014/12/08 09:06
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Ministers have backed calls from The Minister for Cities and Regional Growth, Greg Clark MP, met those living near Heron Road, in Meols, following calls by Wirral West MP Esther McVey for the...
2014/12/07 14:28
2014/12/07 14:28
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A space mission to Mars is hoping to find the existence of life forms on the red planet. Scientists will send a solar-powered rover to the surface of Mars to take geological samples which it hopes...
2014/12/07 01:37
2014/12/07 01:37
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Women are far less likely to become professors than men, only accounting for one in five of such posts. And those who do make it to the level of professorship face further discrimination – being paid...
2014/12/05 11:34
2014/12/05 11:34
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Fey was originally with McAfee and stayed when Intel bought the firm in 2011. "Businesses today are facing significant security challenges as they attempt to leverage new technologies to provide a...
2014/12/04 18:27
2014/12/04 18:27
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Exclusive: Intel Security CTO Michael Fey joins Blue Coat as COO Related News Analysis & Opinion Related Topics Fey was one of the few top McAfee managers to stay with the company after it was...
2014/12/04 13:36
2014/12/04 13:36
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Notre Dame Catholic College has won an award at the inaugural Education Estates awards, which recognise excellence in education built environment. The college was the first to benefit from Mayor of...
2014/12/03 18:17
2014/12/03 18:17
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George Osborne delivered his Autumn Statement today, asking voters to let him finish the job of overhauling the economy. It was his last chance to set out the coalition's financial plans before the...
2014/12/03 15:39
2014/12/03 15:39
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A UK lab has successfully taken images of the atomic structure of materials - at a shutter speed close to one ten-thousandth of a billionth of a second. This new imaging capability is great news for...
2014/12/02 09:08
2014/12/02 09:08
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A new £120 million national network of Quantum Technology Hubs, that will explore the properties of quantum mechanics and how they can be harnessed for use in technology, has been unveiled today at...
2014/12/01 11:26
2014/12/01 11:26
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More than 20,000 people in Liverpool will not be allowed to vote at the next elections because of confusion caused by the way they are supposed to register. People in every ward in the city will not...
2014/12/19 03:22
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