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2014/09/30 21:26
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THE British Safety Council will be hosting its annual conference at the America Square Conference Centre, London on October 15. This year we are focusing on occupational health. The programme is...
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2014/09/30 21:17
2014/09/30 21:17
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Australian unis improve in world rankings THE reputation of Australian universities is on the rise but planned deregulation of fees could threaten the depth of the nation's education...
2014/09/30 21:08
2014/09/30 21:08
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Researchers in Germany and London have made what may now be the world's fastest laser, and it could be used to make the Internet quicker. The laser turns on and off at a record-breaking speed. It's...
2014/09/30 18:18
2014/09/30 18:18
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Saeed AmenIt has been six years ago this week, when I could say that green was our color. It wasn’t a bright green, but a dark, somewhat dignified green, like the shade which adorned British racing...
2014/09/29 16:50
2014/09/29 16:50
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Genetic bacterial engineering could herald new era of biofuels Friday, September 26, 2014 - 01:39 Research by scientists at Imperial College London suggests that genetic engineering of bacteria...
2014/09/29 13:34
2014/09/29 13:34
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REUTERS'Male-pattern baldness, which tends to run in families, can be linked to higher levels of circulating male hormones such as testosterone.' London - Men may dread losing their hair, but at...
2014/09/29 11:43
2014/09/29 11:43
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Created by a team of designers from the Royal College of Art and engineers at Imperial College London, SAM Labs is based in the Microsoft Ventures collaborative workspace in Whitechapel. The group's...
2014/09/29 07:55
2014/09/29 07:55
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Researchers from Imperial College London in the UK may be one step closer to finding a drug that blocks the activity of an enzyme known to play a role in an array of diseases, including epilepsy,...
2014/09/28 05:51
2014/09/28 05:51
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Last updated at 16:41, Wednesday, 25 August 2010 OXFORD BOUND: Barrow Sixth Form College student Naomi Saunders, who got three A*s and an A. She is heading to Worcester College at the University of...
2014/09/27 17:16
2014/09/27 17:16
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The departure of the second-biggest money manager from billionaire Michael Platt’s BlueCrest Capital Management LLP is another sign of upheaval for the $27.1 billion firm. BlueCrest, which thrived...
2014/09/26 17:16
2014/09/26 17:16
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The Poms have trouble understanding our multi-cultural society. Photo / Michael Craig This week, the Huffington Post website reproduced a piece from its Spanish offshoot listing the most common...
2014/09/26 14:30
2014/09/26 14:30
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Meanwhile a new study is warning that the Ebola outbreak in the region could infect 20,000 people by November and might 'rumble on for years' unless meticulous infection control measures are put into...
2014/09/26 14:08
2014/09/26 14:08
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Imperial chemists have gained fresh insights into how a disease-causing enzyme makes changes to proteins and how it can be stopped. The scientists hope their findings will help them to design drugs...
2014/09/26 12:39
2014/09/26 12:39
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Assembled or taken apart, SPIDER exhibits such size and complexity that it's hard to believe how William Jones, a Princeton University assistant professor of physics, so easily accepts that the...
2014/09/26 08:42
2014/09/26 08:42
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As far back as I can remember I’ve been fascinated by the natural world, indeed I cannot imagine being that passionate about anything else. The very first memory I have is of a natural history...
2014/09/25 18:09
2014/09/25 18:09
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UNITED NATIONS � Seeking to speed the response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, President Barack Obama delivered a blunt warning Thursday at a high-level United Nations meeting devoted to the...
2014/09/25 16:52
2014/09/25 16:52
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... apnea can be hugely damaging to patients' quality of life and increase their risk of road accidents, heart disease and other conditions. Lots of older people might benefit from this treatment,"...
2014/09/25 15:43
2014/09/25 15:43
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A PIONEERING water scientist whose work saw him research top-secret atomic weapons, droughts in East Africa and water catchment in the UK has died, aged 86. Hydrologist Dr James McCulloch, known as...
2014/09/25 06:29
2014/09/25 06:29
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More than 2,000 Germans have volunteered to travel to West Africa to help fight the Ebola outbreak. The country's first shipment of roughly 10 tons of supplies leaves Thursday. On Wednesday, Defense...
2014/09/24 16:06
2014/09/24 16:06
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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s forecast that Ebola may strike 1.4 million people in Sierra Leone and Liberia by January looks too far into the future to be a meaningful...
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