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News-Medical-Net
University of Huddersfield researchers develop new device to improve quality of care for young cancer patientsthe medication, including chemotherapy, to children. A DEVICE, developed throu
University of Huddersfield researchers develop new device to improve quality of care for young cancer patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 hours ago
the medication, including chemotherapy, to children. A DEVICE, developed through a collaboration by a team at the University of Huddersfield and a local charity, is set to improve the quality of care for child cancer patients. Medical... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Popular fears aside, businesses often eager for migrant workersin 2013 to rejoin her mother, who had been granted refugee status in Britain.
Popular fears aside, businesses often eager for migrant workers
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 hours ago
in 2013 to rejoin her mother, who had been granted refugee status in Britain. She is now about to start studying at university with the hope of becoming a hospital pharmacist. "I had to walk to school and take the risk of being kidnapped... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Popular fears aside, businesses often eager for migrant workersoften eager for migrant workers Published: 28 August 2015 9:57 PM Syrian refu
Popular fears aside, businesses often eager for migrant workers
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 22 hours ago
often eager for migrant workers Published: 28 August 2015 9:57 PM Syrian refugee Raghad al Sous sits for a portrait in Huddersfield, northern England. Al Sous braved bombings in Syria to keep studying before fleeing in 2013 to rejoin her... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Popular fears aside, businesses often eager for migrant workersSyrian refugee Raghad al Sous sits for a portrait in Huddersfield in northern E
Popular fears aside, businesses often eager for migrant workers
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 22 hours ago
Syrian refugee Raghad al Sous sits for a portrait in Huddersfield in northern England August 28, 2015. LONDON Raghad al Sous braved bombings in Syria to keep studying at school before fleeing in 2013 to rejoin her mother, who had been granted... Read more
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The Star
Popular fears aside, businesses often eager for migrant workersin 2013 to rejoin her mother, who had been granted refugee status in Britain.
Popular fears aside, businesses often eager for migrant workers
The Star / Posted 22 hours ago
in 2013 to rejoin her mother, who had been granted refugee status in Britain. She is now about to start studying at university with the hope of becoming a hospital pharmacist. "I had to walk to school and take the risk of being kidnapped... Read more
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Daily Mail
Man with bionic penis kept his lack of manhood a SECRET from his wife'off' buttons in his testicles to pump it up or deflate it - was made from the
Man with bionic penis kept his lack of manhood a SECRET from his wife
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
'off' buttons in his testicles to pump it up or deflate it - was made from the flesh of his arm and fitted by surgeons at University College London. But in a bizarre twist of events, the 43-year-old virgin has today revealed he managed to keep... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Man with no penis only told his wife on their wedding nighttold his wife about his situation on their wedding night. The 43-year-old was
Man with no penis only told his wife on their wedding night
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
told his wife about his situation on their wedding night. The 43-year-old was lucky to survive after he was run over in Huddersfield, in 1978, aged six. But now, for the first time, he has a fully functioning package – complete with “on” and... Read more
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birminghammail
Alton Towers crash victim Vicky Balch thanks 'amazing' hospital staffof staff that looked after me. They don’t get enough thanks for what they do...
Alton Towers crash victim Vicky Balch thanks 'amazing' hospital staff
birminghammail / Posted 5 days ago
of staff that looked after me. They don’t get enough thanks for what they do... Thank you!!” The Mirror reported that the University of Derby student also tragically added that she “would give anything and everything for my leg back”. Vicky was... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Alton Towers amputee thanks hospital staff for being 'absolutely amazing'I was discharged after spending 8 weeks in hospital. The staff were absolutely
Alton Towers amputee thanks hospital staff for being 'absolutely amazing'
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
I was discharged after spending 8 weeks in hospital. The staff were absolutely amazing.... pic.twitter.com/3izHegyR2T The University of Derby student also tragically added that she "would give anything and everything for my leg back". Vicky was... Read more
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Daily Mirror
This man has a bionic penis that inflates when you squeeze the scrotumyou squeeze the testicles. Virgin Mohammed Abad, 43, was just six years old wh
This man has a bionic penis that inflates when you squeeze the scrotum
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
you squeeze the testicles. Virgin Mohammed Abad, 43, was just six years old when he lost his penis in a road accident in Huddersfield. But now, for the first time, he has a fully functioning package - complete with "on" and "off" buttons. And... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Hangover 'cure' for binge-drinkersand orientation. But a combination of alcohol and our compound could overcome t
Hangover 'cure' for binge-drinkers
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
and orientation. But a combination of alcohol and our compound could overcome this damage," Professor Mike Page, from the University of Huddersfield, said. Future work may turn up a compound that performs even better than ethane-beta-sultam, Prof... Read more
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The Barnsley Chronicle
Gough leads team of young Barnsley officials in England under 15s gameBurton-On-Trent. The linesmen for the England under 15s game – in which they b
Gough leads team of young Barnsley officials in England under 15s game
The Barnsley Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
Burton-On-Trent. The linesmen for the England under 15s game – in which they beat Leicester under 16s 7-1 at Loughborough University – were Gough's fellow Barnsley association members Sam Bowen, from Huddersfield, and Will Cavanagh from... Read more
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Scotsman
Face of infamous Scots pirate is revealedset to be captured, Tardy retreated to the captain’s cabin and slit his own thr
Face of infamous Scots pirate is revealed
Scotsman / Posted 9 days ago
set to be captured, Tardy retreated to the captain’s cabin and slit his own throat. A cast of Tardy’s skull is held in the University of Edinburgh~s Anatomical Museum. The Museum contacted Dundee University about a facial reconstruction and full... Read more
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Independent
From performer Sylvie Guillem, to the Apollo astronauts, how do people move on from a moment of fameHe served in both the Korean and Vietnam wars. He gained three graduate degrees
From performer Sylvie Guillem, to the Apollo astronauts, how do people move on from a moment of fame
Independent / Posted 11 days ago
He served in both the Korean and Vietnam wars. He gained three graduate degrees, worked in the Pentagon, founded a university institute with the rank of dean. He visited the Arctic and Antarctic so often – over 50 times – and did so much... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Leah Washington and Joe Pugh say Smiler crash has brought them closer togetherwant to continue studying for their chosen careers. For now, Leah has had to p
Leah Washington and Joe Pugh say Smiler crash has brought them closer together
Daily Mirror / Posted 12 days ago
want to continue studying for their chosen careers. For now, Leah has had to postpone her teacher-training place at the University of Leeds, but for Joe there might be a chance he will return for the second year of his university course in... Read more
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birminghammail
Leah Washington and Joe Pugh: 'Alton Towers horror has brought us closer together'want to continue studying for their chosen careers. For now, Leah has had to p
Leah Washington and Joe Pugh: 'Alton Towers horror has brought us closer together'
birminghammail / Posted 12 days ago
want to continue studying for their chosen careers. For now, Leah has had to postpone her teacher-training place at the University of Leeds, but for Joe there might be a chance he will return for the second year of his university course in... Read more
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the Engineer
Immersive worlds - How virtual reality is shaping our futureto entry have been removed, and the technology has become democratised. PhD re
Immersive worlds - How virtual reality is shaping our future
the Engineer / Posted 14 days ago
to entry have been removed, and the technology has become democratised. PhD researcher Yeshwanth Pulijala from the University of Huddersfield recently announced his plans to use virtual reality to train maxillofacial surgeons. Operations... Read more
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Bury Free Press
SLIDESHOW: Top A-level results see students take major step towards a bright future“I’m moving on to new things. I’m nervous but very excited.” Midwifery hopeful
SLIDESHOW: Top A-level results see students take major step towards a bright future
Bury Free Press / Posted 15 days ago
“I’m moving on to new things. I’m nervous but very excited.” Midwifery hopeful Megan Boreham from Brockley received four university rejections but her 3 A*s and an A see her going to the University of East Anglia. Jack Routledge, 19, from... Read more
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Bury Times
VIDEO: Milk wars arrive in Bury as campaigners take direct action to the borough's supermarketsknow beforehand, but it a peaceful protest." Miss Fish, who has just graduated
VIDEO: Milk wars arrive in Bury as campaigners take direct action to the borough's supermarkets
Bury Times / Posted 16 days ago
know beforehand, but it a peaceful protest." Miss Fish, who has just graduated with a business studies degree from the University of Huddersfield, added: "Farmers are struggling in Bury and across the UK. It can't go on much longer and these... Read more
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Bury Times
Milk wars arrive in Bury as campaigners take direct action to the borough's supermarketsknow beforehand, but it a peaceful protest." Miss Fish, who has just graduated
Milk wars arrive in Bury as campaigners take direct action to the borough's supermarkets
Bury Times / Posted 16 days ago
know beforehand, but it a peaceful protest." Miss Fish, who has just graduated with a business studies degree from the University of Huddersfield, added: "Farmers are struggling in Bury and across the UK. It can't go on much longer and these... Read more
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Bury Times
Milk wars arrives in Bury as campaigners take direct action to the borough's supermarketsknow beforehand, but it a peaceful protest." Miss Fish, who has just graduated
Milk wars arrives in Bury as campaigners take direct action to the borough's supermarkets
Bury Times / Posted 16 days ago
know beforehand, but it a peaceful protest." Miss Fish, who has just graduated with a business studies degree from the University of Huddersfield, added: "Farmers are struggling in Bury and across the UK. It can't go on much longer and these... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Virtual reality will shape the future of education and trainingof children. Another industry that could see VR making an impact is health and
Virtual reality will shape the future of education and training
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 16 days ago
of children. Another industry that could see VR making an impact is health and the training of surgeons. For example, a University of Huddersfield researcher launched a project in July to harness technology to provide accurate visualisations of... Read more
17d
Belfast Telegraph
Obituary: Charity fundraiser and community worker Kamal Aftabhas died aged 33, was a youth mentor, fundraising champion and optometrist. He
Obituary: Charity fundraiser and community worker Kamal Aftab
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
has died aged 33, was a youth mentor, fundraising champion and optometrist. He was also my younger brother. Originally from Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, Kamal died at Leeds’ Saint James’s University Hospital on the 7th August 2015 after a... Read more
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Saddleworth Extra
Why it’s wrong to meddle with the Human Rights Act“very substantially indeed”. Shobna was awarded £117,500. However 25 years ago
Why it’s wrong to meddle with the Human Rights Act
Saddleworth Extra / Posted 17 days ago
“very substantially indeed”. Shobna was awarded £117,500. However 25 years ago when another actor, Gorden Kaye, the Huddersfield star of ‘Allo, ‘Allo, lay in hospital with head injuries after a serious road accident and a reporter took... Read more
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Independent
Clearing 2015: Private student accommodation has en suite rooms and wi-fi as standardto the needs of the students. In London, for example, where Prodigy Living offe
Clearing 2015: Private student accommodation has en suite rooms and wi-fi as standard
Independent / Posted 17 days ago
to the needs of the students. In London, for example, where Prodigy Living offers accommodation convenient for those at the University of the Arts London, the study areas include long tables on which fashion students can roll out reams of fabric as... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Sunday Chimes #50 - an excellent startafter a long chase. Gary was seen by Cook as his creator in a promotion push ha
Sunday Chimes #50 - an excellent start
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 20 days ago
after a long chase. Gary was seen by Cook as his creator in a promotion push having gone up with previous clubs Accrington, Huddersfield and Chesterfield. A goal-scoring winger who has hit the net nearly ninety times in league games. 6 Christian... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Championship 2015/16 guide: How are Reading FC and their rivals shaping up? (Part 2)David McGoldrick – Talismanic pre-injuries. Could come back with a bang. Promo
Championship 2015/16 guide: How are Reading FC and their rivals shaping up? (Part 2)
Reading Evening Post / Posted 23 days ago
David McGoldrick – Talismanic pre-injuries. Could come back with a bang. Promotion: Derby, Hull, Ipswich. Relegation: Huddersfield, Rotherham, Charlton. Did you know: Mick McCarthy is bidding to become the first manager to win the... Read more
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walesonline
Cardiff City for promotion? No chance, say the experts!to be relegated. No fewer than 20 out of the 24 journalists reckon Steve Evans
Cardiff City for promotion? No chance, say the experts!
walesonline / Posted 23 days ago
to be relegated. No fewer than 20 out of the 24 journalists reckon Steve Evans’ men will fall through the trap door, with Huddersfield (13 votes) and MK Dons (12) also tipped to struggle. He tips Peter Whittingham as the Bluebirds’ key man for... Read more
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Pendle Today
Championship: Predictions for the new seasonbeckons. Key player: Beram Kayal, classy midfielder. Promotion: Middlesbrough
Championship: Predictions for the new season
Pendle Today / Posted 23 days ago
beckons. Key player: Beram Kayal, classy midfielder. Promotion: Middlesbrough, Derby, Ipswich. Relegation: MK Dons, Huddersfield, Bristol City. Did you know: He doesn’t look it, but Chris Hughton comfortably became the oldest manager... Read more
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Pendle Today
Championship reporters’ tips for new seasonbeckons. Key player: Beram Kayal, classy midfielder. Promotion: Middlesbrough
Championship reporters’ tips for new season
Pendle Today / Posted 23 days ago
beckons. Key player: Beram Kayal, classy midfielder. Promotion: Middlesbrough, Derby, Ipswich. Relegation: MK Dons, Huddersfield, Bristol City. Did you know: He doesn’t look it, but Chris Hughton comfortably became the oldest manager... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Leeds Property News; Construction excellence in spotlight at industry awardsConstructing Excellence Yorkshire & Humber (CEYH) Awards, organised by the Cent
Leeds Property News; Construction excellence in spotlight at industry awards
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 29 days ago
Constructing Excellence Yorkshire & Humber (CEYH) Awards, organised by the Centre for Knowledge Exchange at Leeds Beckett University and sponsored by AtlasCloud, brought together over 350 industry professionals, representing a wide cross-section... Read more

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