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2014/10/25 19:50
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FIRST STEPS: Darek Fidyka walks with the aid of leg-braces and a walking frame at the Akron Neuro-Rehabilitation Center in Wroclaw, Poland. Photo: AFP A paralysed man has begun to walk again after...
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2014/10/25 13:39
2014/10/25 13:39
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An international team of researchers has discovered how a single protein oversees the processing of DNA during sperm and egg generation for successful fertilisation. The activity of the protein...
2014/10/25 12:08
2014/10/25 12:08
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Our immune system defends us from harmful bacteria and viruses, but, if left unchecked, the cells that destroy those invaders can turn on the body itself, causing auto-immune diseases like type-1...
2014/10/25 02:56
2014/10/25 02:56
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SINGAPORE: President Tony Tan Keng Yam has called on all Singaporeans to celebrate Singapore's 50th birthday next year. He was speaking at a reception attended by Singaporeans living in the UK on...
2014/10/24 17:37
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Despite opposition from poorer coal-dependent countries such as Poland, the 28-country bloc managed to agree a target binding each of them to a cut in carbon emissions of “at least” 40 per cent by...
2014/10/24 12:44
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WIKIMEDIA, CJC2NDClostridium difficile infections can be prevented through the rebalancing of bile acids in the gut by introducing certain commensal microbes, according to a study published in Nature...
2014/10/24 09:08
2014/10/24 09:08
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Image: Mashable, Christopher Mineses In 2009, researchers at Princeton University showed macaque monkeys three images of their species: a real photograph, an unrealistic computer rendering and a...
2014/10/24 01:07
2014/10/24 01:07
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PARIS: Without a massive scaleup of aid, the Ebola epidemic in Liberia will explode, according to a computer simulation published Friday of the nation’s most populous county. The study — using...
2014/10/23 23:11
2014/10/23 23:11
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TENS of thousands of people will be dead by December in just one West African city, unless vastly more is done to confront Ebola, according to a shocking new analysis of the crisis. The first...
2014/10/23 17:09
2014/10/23 17:09
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It reads at times like a mixture of Monty Python and the Horrible Histories. He describes the French generals during the Second World War as “white-haired dodderers in their Clouseau-like kepis”...
2014/10/23 11:14
2014/10/23 11:14
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Earlier this year Google acquired DeepMind in the UK to expand the work that it is doing in artificial intelligence, and today the company announced that it is making some more significant moves to...
2014/10/23 01:42
2014/10/23 01:42
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... is a tendency amongst environmentally minded people to view plastics as evil. But they have revolutionized our lives and are here to stay. What is most important is how we use them and how we...
2014/10/22 17:02
2014/10/22 17:02
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I was tempted to substitute the headline with Her Majesty’s Ambassador Vaccinates Princess Alice. That was a real event as I joined in the month long vaccination programme for children undertaken by...
2014/10/22 16:22
2014/10/22 16:22
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... spotted close to the ISS as astronauts carried out repairs was just glare from the sun, claims expert A ‘UFO’ appeared briefly in a Nasa video of a spacewalk on the ISS The sighting led to...
2014/10/22 13:37
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What is broken heart syndrome? Broken heart syndrome is one of the many names for takotsubo cardiomyopathy, a rare and temporary condition where part of a person’s heart suddenly becomes weakened or...
2014/10/22 13:30
2014/10/22 13:30
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A year after announcing its first seed round at Techcrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2013, Yoyo, the mobile platform that seamlessly combines payment, loyalty and discovery has reached the following...
2014/10/21 15:33
2014/10/21 15:33
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An online tool shows which technologies will do the most to help farmers improve yields, says Gordon Conway. European countries devote small percentages of their national income to international aid,...
2014/10/21 11:19
2014/10/21 11:19
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The University of Manchester is one of the top performing teams on University Challenge, with contestants clocking up an impressive average points tally per episode over the years. The university’s...
2014/10/21 09:51
2014/10/21 09:51
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The truth of King Tut: The Egyptian Pharoah 'was developing breasts and had wide hips' A CLUB foot, buck teeth, and feminine hips - Egypt's most famous ancient ruler was no chariot boy...
2014/10/21 08:51
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The truth behind the life of King Tut A CLUB foot, buck teeth, and feminine hips - Egypt's most famous ancient ruler was no chariot boy racer Tutankhamun was the first royal Egyptian mummy that had...
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