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Daily Mirror
Body of City worker who went overboard during stag party river cruise foundfalling into the River Tagus from a chartered yacht in what Portuguese police h
Body of City worker who went overboard during stag party river cruise found
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
falling into the River Tagus from a chartered yacht in what Portuguese police have described as a “prank gone wrong.” The Imperial College London graduate, who worked as a risk manager for City investment firm Millennium Partners, is said to have... Read more
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Daily Mail
Zika is found in extremely common species of mosquitoand Central America, will burn itself out in two to three years. However, it w
Zika is found in extremely common species of mosquito
Daily Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
and Central America, will burn itself out in two to three years. However, it will strike again, they warn. Scientists at Imperial College London used all available data on Zika plus information about similar infections to forecast the disease’s... Read more
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PhysOrg
Student shows how diagrams can be used to make buildings energy smartCredit: Imperial College London An Imperial engineering student showcases his e
Student shows how diagrams can be used to make buildings energy smart
PhysOrg / Posted 21 hours ago
Credit: Imperial College London An Imperial engineering student showcases his equations as a set of beautiful diagrams and describes how they can be used to optimise processes. Optimisation is a field of research that is used by engineers to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
First pictures of missing Brit who 'fell into river in stag-do prank'jacket” at the time. It is thought that Nishanathan hit his head while wrestli
First pictures of missing Brit who 'fell into river in stag-do prank'
Daily Mirror / Posted 23 hours ago
jacket” at the time. It is thought that Nishanathan hit his head while wrestling with a friend before falling in. The Imperial College London graduate, part of a group of 12 Brits and an Australian, was on board a chartered sailing boat when... Read more
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Daily Mail
Even one glass of wine a day raises the risk of cancerother cancers, including mouth and throat, liver, bowel and breast. Alan Boobi
Even one glass of wine a day raises the risk of cancer
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
other cancers, including mouth and throat, liver, bowel and breast. Alan Boobis, Professor of Biochemical Pharmacology at Imperial College London said the research is ‘a useful summary of alcohol and cancer’. Pointing out recent research by... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fueldiesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. Ge
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fuel
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted yesterday
diesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. George Britovsek, a Catalysis Expert at the Imperial College London and not involved in the study, agrees on its potential: "The method devised by Huang, Guan and... Read more
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My EastText
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fueldiesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. Ge
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fuel
My EastText / Posted yesterday
diesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. George Britovsek, a Catalysis Expert at the Imperial College London and not involved in the study, agrees on its potential: "The method devised by Huang, Guan and... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fueldiesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. Ge
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fuel
KECI Missoula / Posted yesterday
diesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. George Britovsek, a Catalysis Expert at the Imperial College London and not involved in the study, agrees on its potential: "The method devised by Huang, Guan and... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fueldiesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. Ge
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fuel
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted yesterday
diesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. George Britovsek, a Catalysis Expert at the Imperial College London and not involved in the study, agrees on its potential: "The method devised by Huang, Guan and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study suggests failure of specialised beta cells may lead to diabeteswas silenced, islets were no longer able to properly respond to glucose." Prof
Study suggests failure of specialised beta cells may lead to diabetes
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
was silenced, islets were no longer able to properly respond to glucose." Prof Guy Rutter, who co-led the study at Imperial College London, added "This study is interesting as it suggests that failure of a handful of cells may lead to... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fueldiesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. Ge
Scientists turn old plastic bottles into fuel
KRCR TV Redding / Posted yesterday
diesel fuels, as all it contains are carbon and hydrogen atoms," says Guan. George Britovsek, a Catalysis Expert at the Imperial College London and not involved in the study, agrees on its potential: "The method devised by Huang, Guan and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
DPUK brings organisations together to tackle dementia across the UKimaging network includes five new PET-MRI scanners to be installed at Cambridge
DPUK brings organisations together to tackle dementia across the UK
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
imaging network includes five new PET-MRI scanners to be installed at Cambridge University, Edinburgh University, Imperial College London, Manchester University and Newcastle University. Two existing PET-MRI systems located at Kings... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Aregbesola - to Tackle Under-Development, Africa Must Increase Competitiveness, Agric Productivitytackle the problems of under-development bedevilling the continent. Speaking a
Aregbesola - to Tackle Under-Development, Africa Must Increase Competitiveness, Agric Productivity
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
tackle the problems of under-development bedevilling the continent. Speaking at ‎the launch of Africa Business Club of the Imperial College Business School, Imperial College London, UK recently, the governor reiterated the need to identify problems... Read more
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Fortune
Inhaler Makers Want to Watch Every Breath You Takean inhaler, but if patients don’t use it properly they won’t get the benefits,”
Inhaler Makers Want to Watch Every Breath You Take
Fortune / Posted 2 days ago
an inhaler, but if patients don’t use it properly they won’t get the benefits,” said Omar Usmani, a consultant physician at Imperial College London. With asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) affecting about 500 million people... Read more
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New Kerala
Max Healthcare, Imperial College London launch diabetes study in India - newkerala.com #93054diabetes management in our country," Jha added. The study, led by professors J
Max Healthcare, Imperial College London launch diabetes study in India - newkerala.com #93054
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
diabetes management in our country," Jha added. The study, led by professors John Chambers and Jaspal Singh Kooner from Imperial College London along with Jha, will analyse whether family-based lifestyle modification versus usual care reduces... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
How to stay healthy: 10 killer questionshigher for unmarried individuals. Having kids can help too: a study of more tha
How to stay healthy: 10 killer questions
Daily Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
higher for unmarried individuals. Having kids can help too: a study of more than 322000 women across 10 countries led by Imperial College London showed that women who had children slashed their risk of dying by 20%. The experts believe it could... Read more
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PhysOrg
Genes find their partners without matchmakersCredit: Imperial College London A new study provides more evidence that identic
Genes find their partners without matchmakers
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Credit: Imperial College London A new study provides more evidence that identical sections of DNA can match up with each other without the help of other molecules. DNA molecules in our bodies carry genetic information encoded in segments called... Read more
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International Business Times
Bank of England narrowly optimistic about blockchain while Blythe Masters talks transparency and risk parts which may make the system more robust." Also supplying evidence were: Dr
Bank of England narrowly optimistic about blockchain while Blythe Masters talks transparency and risk
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
parts which may make the system more robust." Also supplying evidence were: Dr Catherine Mulligan, associate director, Imperial College Centre for Cryptocurrency Research; Professor Michael Mainelli, Emeritus Mercers' School Memorial Professor... Read more
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SciDev.net
Young African talent will set science agendaof Cambridge, United Kingdom, has served as chief executive of the UK’s Medical
Young African talent will set science agenda
SciDev.net / Posted 4 days ago
of Cambridge, United Kingdom, has served as chief executive of the UK’s Medical Research Council and deputy director at Imperial College London. In this interview, the biomedical researcher tells SciDev.Net about how Africa needs to fuse local... Read more
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asianage
Zika epidemic should fizzle out within 3 years studyin Latin America and the epidemic should be over within three years, researcher
Zika epidemic should fizzle out within 3 years study
asianage / Posted 6 days ago
in Latin America and the epidemic should be over within three years, researchers said today. The study by scientists at Imperial College London appears in the US journal Science. "The current explosive epidemic will burn itself out due to a... Read more
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Times of Malta
Zika epidemic ‘could be eradicated in three years’contained with existing control measures, the same team has concluded. Neil Fe
Zika epidemic ‘could be eradicated in three years’
Times of Malta / Posted 7 days ago
contained with existing control measures, the same team has concluded. Neil Ferguson, from the School of Public Health at Imperial College London, said: “This study uses all available data to provide an understanding of how the disease will unfold... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Zika epidemic should fizzle out within 3 yearsin Latin America and the epidemic should be over within three years, researcher
Zika epidemic should fizzle out within 3 years
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
in Latin America and the epidemic should be over within three years, researchers said today. The study by scientists at Imperial College London appears in the US journal Science. "The current explosive epidemic will burn itself out due to a... Read more
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International Business Times
What would happen if you fell into a black hole? this, and up to the point of death, several other things would happen, too. To
What would happen if you fell into a black hole?
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
this, and up to the point of death, several other things would happen, too. Toby Wiseman, a theoretical physicists from Imperial College London, explained what would happen to a person in a black hole. "We'd be catastrophically crushed," he... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Karen Bradley Named U.K. Culture Secretaryroyal charter, which is due to begin in 2017 and will set out the broadcaster's
Karen Bradley Named U.K. Culture Secretary
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
royal charter, which is due to begin in 2017 and will set out the broadcaster's budget and scope. Bradley studied math at Imperial College London. Before working in politics, she spent 20 years in the business world, with roles as an accountant... Read more
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New Kerala
Zika epidemic likely to end within three years, says study - newkerala.com #90918we desperately need. The work was funded by the Medical Research Council, the
Zika epidemic likely to end within three years, says study - newkerala.com #90918
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
we desperately need. The work was funded by the Medical Research Council, the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the UK NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Modelling Methodology at Imperial Colleg... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
The Offbeat: Pokestop fails, Jaws returns and building a better buttunretouched quote.Building a better butt A robotic rectum helps train doctors
The Offbeat: Pokestop fails, Jaws returns and building a better butt
The Arizona Republic / Posted 7 days ago
unretouched quote.Building a better butt A robotic rectum helps train doctors to perform exams. (Photo: Imperial College London) Teaching people to do prostate exams is, well, awkward. For everyone. The volunteer patients. The... Read more
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Medical News Today
Zika epidemic likely over in 2-3 yearsthe current epidemic and predict future waves of transmission. Reporting in th
Zika epidemic likely over in 2-3 years
Medical News Today / Posted 7 days ago
the current epidemic and predict future waves of transmission. Reporting in the journal Science, the researchers - from Imperial College London in the United Kingdom - also predict Zika is unlikely to resurge on an epidemic scale again in Latin... Read more
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express
Zika epidemic expected to continue for another two to three years, according to expertsZIKA epidemic happening at the moment is likely to end within three years, acco
Zika epidemic expected to continue for another two to three years, according to experts
express / Posted 7 days ago
ZIKA epidemic happening at the moment is likely to end within three years, according to a team of scientists from Imperial College London. The discovery was revealed by scientists from Imperial College London The findings of their study,... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Zika outbreak to end in two to three years, scientists predictfew people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil
Zika outbreak to end in two to three years, scientists predict
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
few people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil Ferguson of the School of Public Health at Imperial College London said in a statement. There is no vaccine or specific treatment for Zika. The study was based on... Read more
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International Business Times
House of Lords to ask Bank of England - Is it time for 'Britcoin'? such as: Dr Ben Broadbent, Deputy Governor, Monetary Policy, Bank of England; D
House of Lords to ask Bank of England - Is it time for 'Britcoin'?
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
such as: Dr Ben Broadbent, Deputy Governor, Monetary Policy, Bank of England; Dr Catherine Mulligan, Associate Director, Imperial College Centre for Cryptocurrency Research; Professor Michael Mainelli, Emeritus Mercers' School Memorial Professor... Read more
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The Scientist
Week in Review: July 11–15transferred with the dirt, scientists from the Netherlands Institute of Ecology
Week in Review: July 11–15
The Scientist / Posted 7 days ago
transferred with the dirt, scientists from the Netherlands Institute of Ecology reported.The latest on Zika Scientists at Imperial College London and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health this week proposed that the ongoing Zika... Read more
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Newsmax
Zika Outbreak to End in 2 to 3 Years: Scientistsfew people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil
Zika Outbreak to End in 2 to 3 Years: Scientists
Newsmax / Posted 7 days ago
few people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil Ferguson of the School of Public Health at Imperial College London said in a statement. There is no vaccine or specific treatment for Zika. The study was based on... Read more
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New Kerala
Zika epidemic may end within 3 years: newkerala.com #90750not containable, but that the epidemic will burn itself out within 2-3 years,"
Zika epidemic may end within 3 years: newkerala.com #90750
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
not containable, but that the epidemic will burn itself out within 2-3 years," said lead author Neil Ferguson, Professor at Imperial College London. The end of the epidemic attributes to the fact that people are unlikely to be infected with Zika... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Zika outbreak to end in 2 to 3 years, scientists predictfew people left to infect for transmission to be sustained,” study author Neil
Zika outbreak to end in 2 to 3 years, scientists predict
Bangor Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
few people left to infect for transmission to be sustained,” study author Neil Ferguson of the School of Public Health at Imperial College London said in a statement. There is no vaccine or specific treatment for Zika. The study was based on... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Britain's diabetic leader reflects differing healthcare systemsOrganization of Economic Cooperation and Development. The United States spends
Britain's diabetic leader reflects differing healthcare systems
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development. The United States spends 17%. Carol Propper, a health economist at Imperial College London, said that even with lower healthcare spending as a percentage of GDP, Britain has managed to make... Read more
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New Kerala
Biodiversity falls below 'safe levels' globally - newkerala.com #90614that land use has already pushed biodiversity below the level proposed as a saf
Biodiversity falls below 'safe levels' globally - newkerala.com #90614
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
that land use has already pushed biodiversity below the level proposed as a safe limit," said Andy Purvis, Professor at the Imperial College, London. The team used data from hundreds of scientists to analyse 2.38 million records for 39,123 species... Read more
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express
Alzheimer’s disease: How much do experts really know about the devastating condition?at Aarhus University in Denmark has now inspired the start of major UK trials w
Alzheimer’s disease: How much do experts really know about the devastating condition?
express / Posted 8 days ago
at Aarhus University in Denmark has now inspired the start of major UK trials which have left neuroscientists at Imperial College London “really excited”. Speaking at the time, Professor Jorgen Rungby, who led the initial study, said:... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Zika outbreak to end in two to three years, scientists predictfew people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil
Zika outbreak to end in two to three years, scientists predict
Eye Witness News / Posted 8 days ago
few people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil Ferguson of the School of Public Health at Imperial College London said in a statement. The study was based on mathematical models of the virus, which has been shown... Read more
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dna
Study suggests Zika virus epidemic could fizzle out within three yearsRio de Janeiro, a separate report out yesterday by the US Centers for Disease C
Study suggests Zika virus epidemic could fizzle out within three years
dna / Posted 8 days ago
Rio de Janeiro, a separate report out yesterday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that the risk of transmission is low. The study was conducted by scientists at Imperial College London and appears in the US journal, Sci... Read more
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People Magazine
Zika Outbreak Expected to 'Burn Out' Within 3 Years, Scientists Sayitself out in the next two to three years, based on the fact that people develo
Zika Outbreak Expected to 'Burn Out' Within 3 Years, Scientists Say
People Magazine / Posted 8 days ago
itself out in the next two to three years, based on the fact that people develop immunity to the virus. Scientists from Imperial College London and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have published a new study suggesting that the... Read more
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CBC.ca
Zika expected to end within 3 yearsfew people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil
Zika expected to end within 3 years
CBC.ca / Posted 8 days ago
few people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil Ferguson of the School of Public Health at Imperial College London said in a statement. There is no vaccine or specific treatment for Zika. The study was based on... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
It Might Be Too Late To Stop Zika, But It's Not All Bad Newslikely to run its course within about three years — and there isn't much anyone
It Might Be Too Late To Stop Zika, But It's Not All Bad News
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 8 days ago
likely to run its course within about three years — and there isn't much anyone can do to stop it. Health researchers at Imperial College London built a mathematical model based on "all existing data for Zika transmission across Latin America"... Read more
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FOX News
Zika outbreak to end in 2 to 3 years, scientists predictfew people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil
Zika outbreak to end in 2 to 3 years, scientists predict
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
few people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil Ferguson of the School of Public Health at Imperial College London said in a statement. There is no vaccine or specific treatment for Zika. More on this... The study... Read more
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KIVI Boise
It Might Be Too Late To Stop Zika, But It's Not All Bad Newslikely to run its course within about three years — and there isn't much anyone
It Might Be Too Late To Stop Zika, But It's Not All Bad News
KIVI Boise / Posted 8 days ago
likely to run its course within about three years — and there isn't much anyone can do to stop it. Health researchers at Imperial College London built a mathematical model based on "all existing data for Zika transmission across Latin America"... Read more
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USA Today
Zika outbreak may have peaked in Brazil, researchers sayin Brazil," said Ferguson, director of the MRC Centre for Outbreak Analysis and
Zika outbreak may have peaked in Brazil, researchers say
USA Today / Posted 8 days ago
in Brazil," said Ferguson, director of the MRC Centre for Outbreak Analysis and Modelling, School of Public Health at Imperial College London. Not all experts are convinced Zika is on its way out of Brazil. The declining number of cases is... Read more
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SKY News
Your Mini-Guide To Theresa May's Cabinetarts and culture, broadcasting and creative industries, amongst others. The 46-
Your Mini-Guide To Theresa May's Cabinet
SKY News / Posted 8 days ago
arts and culture, broadcasting and creative industries, amongst others. The 46-year-old got a degree in mathematics at Imperial College London and went on to work as a tax manager. :: Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns Having been appointed to the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Scientists say the Zika epidemic could be over in three yearswith existing control measures, the same team has concluded. Professor Neil Fe
Scientists say the Zika epidemic could be over in three years
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
with existing control measures, the same team has concluded. Professor Neil Ferguson, from the School of Public Health at Imperial College London, said: “This study uses all available data to provide an understanding of how the disease will unfold... Read more
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Reuters
Zika outbreak to end in two to three years, scientists predictfew people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil
Zika outbreak to end in two to three years, scientists predict
Reuters / Posted 8 days ago
few people left to infect for transmission to be sustained," study author Neil Ferguson of the School of Public Health at Imperial College London said in a statement. There is no vaccine or specific treatment for Zika. The study was based on... Read more
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Bolton News
Zika epidemic could be over in three years, say scientistswith existing control measures, the same team has concluded. Professor Neil Fe
Zika epidemic could be over in three years, say scientists
Bolton News / Posted 8 days ago
with existing control measures, the same team has concluded. Professor Neil Ferguson, from the School of Public Health at Imperial College London, said: "This study uses all available data to provide an understanding of how the disease will unfold... Read more
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Daily Mail
Brexit Secretary David Davis says Britain will leave the EU by 2018arts and culture, broadcasting and creative industries, amongst others. Mrs Br
Brexit Secretary David Davis says Britain will leave the EU by 2018
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
arts and culture, broadcasting and creative industries, amongst others. Mrs Bradley, 46, is a mathematics graduate of Imperial College London and went on to work as a tax manager. Leader of the House: David Lidington David Lidington wins... Read more
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