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Washed-up wing flap thought to be part of missing MH370 arrives in France for investigators to study Wreckage will be taken to Toulouse from Paris with a police escort Wing flap being sent to a...
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2015/07/31 21:38
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Defective or ‘leaky’ vaccines may lead to even more powerful viruses, according to a study on poultry that raises concerns about vaccine development in humans. When a vaccine works as intended—such...
2015/07/31 17:28
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The universe appears to be left-handed, showing a preference for this direction in the way a particle spins as it decays. Scientists using CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) were looking at the...
2015/07/31 16:17
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LIMA, Peru--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The first bullet point in the Second Quarter 2015 Highlights should read: In 2Q15, EBITDA from direct operations was US$32.9 million and adjusted EBITDA (including...
2015/07/31 12:22
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New deputy lieutenants of Bucks announced Top row L-R: Allan Westray, Fola Komolafe and Ruth Farwell. Bottom row L-R: Debbie Brock, Marion Hill and Sir Stuart Hampson. The Lord-Lieutenant of...
2015/07/31 12:10
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A plastic sheet that generates electricity from small amounts of wind has been developed. Charlotte Slingsby, a graduate from the Royal College of Art in London looked for a solution after her family...
2015/07/31 07:38
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The most lasting health impact of the Fukushima nuclear disaster will likely be psychological not physical, according to a trio of studies published Friday in The Lancet. Moreover, the mental health...
2015/07/31 05:34
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C-level briefing: Steve Leonard, Executive Deputy Chairman at IDA, discusses how the UK’s IoT industry is getting a real boost from Singapore, which is “planting seeds” to connect the country. Ahead...
2015/07/30 23:09
2015/07/30 23:09
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Minerals was down from £548m to £522m while industrial and power went from £161m to £150m with the low oil price also filtering through to customers in those sectors. Order input was down 18 per cent...
2015/07/30 22:38
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Kyoto-based Steven Rogers is the business development executive for Ceres Power, a British venture company that specialises in solid oxide fuel cells. This technology can supply 80% of a modern home’s...
2015/07/30 20:15
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PARIS - There are two main Indian Ocean currents which may have caused debris from missing flight MH370 to wash up on the French island of La Reunion, experts said Thursday. A policeman and a...
2015/07/30 17:33
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Climate change driven by increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide will not just damage the health of the planet. A UK scientist now warns that it will also make life increasingly difficult for...
2015/07/30 16:31
2015/07/30 16:31
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New interim chief executive appointed at Norfolk & Norwich hospital Mark Davies is the new interim chief executive of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals Trust A former improvement director at...
2015/07/30 12:13
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Barts Health, which runs five east London hospitals, has almost 1,200 vacancies — one in five of its nurses and midwives. Almost one in six nursing posts were vacant in May at the Royal Free trust,...
2015/07/30 06:38
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Brain chemical linked to sleeplessness identified Researchers have identified a brain chemical absence of which can lead to hyperactivity and sleeplessness. In the experiments, mice without the GABA...
2015/07/29 16:37
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... - A new study says that Washington, DC, is slowly sinking. According to research, the nation's capital is expected to sink six inches or more over the next 100 years. Combine the sinking, known...
2015/07/29 16:24
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Getting to Grips with Science: A Fresh Approach for the Curious Andrew Morris Imperial College Press, 201pp, £19.00 I admit it. I didn’t get science. Well, Key Stage 4 science and beyond. It wasn't...
2015/07/29 13:39
2015/07/29 13:39
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Researchers, led by Dr Robert Coutts, Leverhulme Research Fellow from the School of Life and Medical Sciences at the University of Hertfordshire, and Dr Ioly Kotta-Loizou, Research Associate at...
2015/07/29 10:55
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A new study suggests that a mother's digestive system in early pregnancy increases energy absorption to meet the demands of her growing baby. The findings explain why it is not necessary to "eat for...
2015/07/29 09:23
2015/07/29 09:23
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Defective or 'leaky' vaccines may lead to even more powerful viruses, according to a study on poultry that raises concerns about vaccine development in humans. When a vaccine works as intended such...
2015/08/01 12:21
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