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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Australian researchers combat bee decline with tiny trackers(CNN) -- It's never been harder to be a bee. Parasites, diseases and habitat l
Australian researchers combat bee decline with tiny trackers
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted yesterday
(CNN) -- It's never been harder to be a bee. Parasites, diseases and habitat loss have all taken a toll on bees and other pollinating insects, a crucial part of the global food production network, with billions of dollars riding on their tiny... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Australian researchers combat bee decline with tiny trackers(CNN) -- It's never been harder to be a bee. Parasites, diseases and habitat l
Australian researchers combat bee decline with tiny trackers
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted yesterday
(CNN) -- It's never been harder to be a bee. Parasites, diseases and habitat loss have all taken a toll on bees and other pollinating insects, a crucial part of the global food production network, with billions of dollars riding on their tiny... Read more
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New Kerala
Girish Sahni is new CSIR chief Girish Sahni, a former director of CSIR-Institute of Microbial Technology in
Girish Sahni is new CSIR chief
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
Girish Sahni, a former director of CSIR-Institute of Microbial Technology in Chandigarh, has taken over as the new director general of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. He will also be the secretary... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Uganda Scientists Develop Poultry VaccineWhere he comes from, when a child is born, the elders would give him or her a h
Uganda Scientists Develop Poultry Vaccine
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Where he comes from, when a child is born, the elders would give him or her a hen. When it laid eggs, hatched them, and the chicks grew, they would be bartered for goats. When the number of goats increased, they would be exchanged for a calf. Dr... Read more
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Canberra Times
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David ThodeyCSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a cor
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David Thodey
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
CSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a correction and not a downturn. Photo: Louie Douvis Former Telstra boss David Thodey says Asia's economy is suffering "a correction it had to have" and the region will bounce... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Communications and Public Enterprises Select Committee to Inspect CSIR ProjectsThe Select Committee on Communications and Public Enterprises will tomorrow (21
Communications and Public Enterprises Select Committee to Inspect CSIR Projects
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
The Select Committee on Communications and Public Enterprises will tomorrow (21 August 2015) inspect various projects of the Council for Science and Industrial Research (CSIR) at BPO Park, Hammanskraal, in Pretoria. The Committee will be in Gauteng... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David ThodeyCSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a cor
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David Thodey
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
CSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a correction and not a downturn. Photo: Louie Douvis Former Telstra boss David Thodey says Asia's economy is suffering "a correction it had to have" and the region will bounce... Read more
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WA Today
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David ThodeyCSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a cor
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David Thodey
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
CSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a correction and not a downturn. Photo: Louie Douvis Former Telstra boss David Thodey says Asia's economy is suffering "a correction it had to have" and the region will bounce... Read more
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The Age
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David ThodeyCSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a cor
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David Thodey
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
CSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a correction and not a downturn. Photo: Louie Douvis Former Telstra boss David Thodey says Asia's economy is suffering "a correction it had to have" and the region will bounce... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David ThodeyCSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a cor
Asian 'downturn' is just a correction, says former Telstra CEO David Thodey
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
CSIRO and Jobs for NSW chairman, David Thodey, says Asia is going through a correction and not a downturn. Photo: Louie Douvis Former Telstra boss David Thodey says Asia's economy is suffering "a correction it had to have" and the region will bounce... Read more
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Engadget
Intel chips to help pinpoint cause of bee colonies' deathsResearchers from Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Or
Intel chips to help pinpoint cause of bee colonies' deaths
Engadget / Posted 2 days ago
Researchers from Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) want to pinpoint the factors that lead to the mass death of honey bees everywhere, in what's being called as colony collapse disorder. In order to do... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Australian researchers combat bee decline with tiny trackersResearchers in Australia are outfitting bees with tiny sensors to help track th
Australian researchers combat bee decline with tiny trackers
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 2 days ago
Researchers in Australia are outfitting bees with tiny sensors to help track their movements. (Photo: CNN) DICKSON, Australia — It’s never been harder to be a bee. Parasites, diseases and habitat loss have all taken a toll on bees and other... Read more
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KWGN Denver
Australian researchers combat bee decline with tiny trackersResearchers in Australia are outfitting bees with tiny sensors to help track th
Australian researchers combat bee decline with tiny trackers
KWGN Denver / Posted 2 days ago
Researchers in Australia are outfitting bees with tiny sensors to help track their movements. (Photo: CNN) DICKSON, Australia — It’s never been harder to be a bee. Parasites, diseases and habitat loss have all taken a toll on bees and other... Read more
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The Register
Boffins unwrap honeybee black box recorder projectScientists want to electronically tag the world’s honeybees in a bid to underst
Boffins unwrap honeybee black box recorder project
The Register / Posted 2 days ago
Scientists want to electronically tag the world’s honeybees in a bid to understand the mass death of entire populations. The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia has called for a global project fitting... Read more
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International Business Times
Scientists track bee behaviour with tiny sensors amid unexplained mass deaths An international collaboration of researchers, beekeepers, farmers and technolo
Scientists track bee behaviour with tiny sensors amid unexplained mass deaths
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
An international collaboration of researchers, beekeepers, farmers and technology companies is using miniscule electronic sensors to help understand why global honey bee populations are disappearing. The sensors, measuring 2.5 x 2.5mm and weighing... Read more
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New Kerala
Sushma in Egypt, seeks early release of six Indian seamen Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who is visiting Egypt, has ur
Sushma in Egypt, seeks early release of six Indian seamen
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who is visiting Egypt, has urged her counterpart Sameh Hassan Shoukry to intervene for the early release of six Indian seamen detained in the... Read more
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Deepika
World News DetailClick here for detailed news of all itemsIndia, Egypt agree to step up bilatera
World News Detail
Deepika / Posted 3 days ago
Click here for detailed news of all itemsIndia, Egypt agree to step up bilateral cooperationCairo: Seeking to inject new momentum in their ties, India and Egypt today decided to put in place a bilateral framework for enhancing cooperation in key... Read more
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CNET
Scientists put backpacks on bees to study colony collapseThe global bee population has been in serious decline for some years, and scien
Scientists put backpacks on bees to study colony collapse
CNET / Posted 3 days ago
The global bee population has been in serious decline for some years, and scientists are devoting serious effort to trying to figure out why. There are a number of proposed causes for Colony Collapse Disorder, whereby worker bees suddenly vanish from... Read more
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CNET
Intel's Edison joins the quest to save the beesSince January 2014, Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research
Intel's Edison joins the quest to save the bees
CNET / Posted 3 days ago
Since January 2014, Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation has been using (radio-frequency identification) RFID tags to track bees. These tiny chips monitor the movements of the bees, with a view toward finding out... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria's Proposed Military Industrial ComplexIN a speech during the graduation ceremony at the National Defence College in A
Nigeria's Proposed Military Industrial Complex
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
IN a speech during the graduation ceremony at the National Defence College in Abuja on August 8, 2015, President Muhammadu Buhari directed the Ministry of Defence to urgently articulate a proposal for the establishment of a Military Industrial... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
South African team may have solved solar puzzle even Google couldn't crackIt is a problem that has so far stumped even Google’s brainy engineers – how to
South African team may have solved solar puzzle even Google couldn't crack
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
It is a problem that has so far stumped even Google’s brainy engineers – how to generate cheap solar electricity using a small-scale array of mirrors to concentrate the sun’s energy. Now a team at a South African university – led by a former Intel... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Public Protector to Boost Zambia's Governance ProfileZAMBIA is steadily moving onto a higher rung on the governance ladder by seekin
Public Protector to Boost Zambia's Governance Profile
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
ZAMBIA is steadily moving onto a higher rung on the governance ladder by seeking to introduce vital Constitutional offices in line with the principles of democracy. Part 18, Chapter 252 of the Constitution of Zambia (Amendment) Bill of 2015 has... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why Country Needs Better Laws for Stem Cell Research and TherapyBy Janine Scholefield, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Melodie
Why Country Needs Better Laws for Stem Cell Research and Therapy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
By Janine Scholefield, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Melodie Slabbert, University of Cape Town|| Michael Sean Pepper, University of Pretoria and Robea Ballo, University of South Africa South Africa has a patchy array of laws... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Parliament Inspects Council for Science and Industrial Research Projects, 21 AugustCommunications and Public Enterprises Select Committee to Inspect CSIR Projects
Parliament Inspects Council for Science and Industrial Research Projects, 21 August
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
Communications and Public Enterprises Select Committee to Inspect CSIR Projects The Select Committee on Communications and Public Enterprises will tomorrow (21 August 2015) inspect various projects of the Council for Science and Industrial Research... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Risks Attached to Nation's Nuclear Energy StrategyBy Vladimir Slivyak, Russian National Research University the Higher School of
The Risks Attached to Nation's Nuclear Energy Strategy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
By Vladimir Slivyak, Russian National Research University the Higher School of Economics According to Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson, the South African government has entered into a nuclear energy procurement process likely to be completed... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
CSIR Sees Financial Gains From Renewable EnergyPretoria — A second independent study by the Council for Scientific and Industr
CSIR Sees Financial Gains From Renewable Energy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
Pretoria — A second independent study by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has found that renewable energy from South Africa's first wind and solar (photovoltaic) projects created R4 billion more financial benefits to the... Read more
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WJHG Panama City
Bay County Commissioners Extend Barefoot Palms Buy Back ContractBAY COUNTY-- In 2010, Bay County purchased Barefoot Palms, an abandoned apartme
Bay County Commissioners Extend Barefoot Palms Buy Back Contract
WJHG Panama City / Posted 8 days ago
BAY COUNTY-- In 2010, Bay County purchased Barefoot Palms, an abandoned apartment complex near Naval Support Activity Panama City. It cost nearly $3 million. They believed it would protect the base from encroachment and they could use the land for... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Residents Express Concern Over Mining Companies' ActivitiesTensions were simmering during a public meeting between the Select Committee on
Residents Express Concern Over Mining Companies' Activities
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
Tensions were simmering during a public meeting between the Select Committee on Land and Mineral Resources and residents of the Madibeng Local Municipality in Brits, North West. The meeting was held in order to create a platform for the community... Read more
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iol.co.za
Why SA mustn’t go nuclearRussia - According to Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson, the South African
Why SA mustn’t go nuclear
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
Russia - According to Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson, the South African government has entered into a nuclear energy procurement process likely to be completed as early as 2016. So far, South Africa has signed Intergovernmental Framework... Read more
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iol.co.za
Fracking challenge to StateINDEPENDENT MEDIAFile photo: Minister of Mineral Resources Ngoako Ramatlhodi. P
Fracking challenge to State
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
INDEPENDENT MEDIAFile photo: Minister of Mineral Resources Ngoako Ramatlhodi. Picture: Phill Magakoe Durban - Put the plans for shale gas fracking on hold immediately or get ready for court. That’s the blunt challenge sent to Mineral Resources... Read more
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iol.co.za
Call for moratorium on fracking applicationsEnvironment Writer ANTI-FRACKING groups have called for a moratorium on fracki
Call for moratorium on fracking applications
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
Environment Writer ANTI-FRACKING groups have called for a moratorium on fracking exploration licences and have demanded that government not consider any fracking applications from Shell SA while the Batho Batho trust has an interest in the oil... Read more
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WJHG Panama City
Bay County Commissioners Extend Barefoot Palms Buy Back ContractBAY COUNTY-- Also discussed at Tuesday's commission meeting, Barefoot Palms. In
Bay County Commissioners Extend Barefoot Palms Buy Back Contract
WJHG Panama City / Posted 9 days ago
BAY COUNTY-- Also discussed at Tuesday's commission meeting, Barefoot Palms. In 2010, Bay County purchased the abandoned apartment complex near the Naval Base. It cost nearly $3 million. They believed it would protect the base from encroachment and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Science and Technology On Hydrogen South Africa Technical MeetingHydrogen fuel cell technology to be used in government initiatives The country
Science and Technology On Hydrogen South Africa Technical Meeting
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
Hydrogen fuel cell technology to be used in government initiatives The country's energy challenges have provided us with an opportunity to look differently at the use of hydrogen fuel cell technology (HFCT), says Department of Science and Technology... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Dishonest environmental campaigns will harm lionsIn the wake of my column about lion hunting, prompted by the global outrage ove
Dishonest environmental campaigns will harm lions
Daily Maverick / Posted 10 days ago
In the wake of my column about lion hunting, prompted by the global outrage over the illegal killing of Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe, a major anti-hunting campaign tackled me. I was “just plain wrong” and “just didn’t get it”, they told their social... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Evidence is Top Priority(CNS): Dr Soumya Swaminathan has recently been appointed as Director General, I
Evidence is Top Priority
Op-Ed News / Posted 10 days ago
(CNS): Dr Soumya Swaminathan has recently been appointed as Director General, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and Secretary of Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Earlier she has served... Read more
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The Space Review
A funding breakthrough for SETIMore than 20 years ago, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) was
A funding breakthrough for SETI
The Space Review / Posted 10 days ago
More than 20 years ago, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) was left to fend for itself. Less than a year after NASA started a modest SETI program, called the High Resolution Microwave Survey, in 1992, Congress approved a spending... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
DelMar obtains additional funding to support ongoing research project with lead product candidate VAL-083DelMar Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTCQX: DMPI) ("DelMar" and the "Company"), a biop
DelMar obtains additional funding to support ongoing research project with lead product candidate VAL-083
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
DelMar Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTCQX: DMPI) ("DelMar" and the "Company"), a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing proven cancer therapies in new orphan drug indications, today announced an increase in funding of up to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Give Me a Rabbit Skin and I Will Make You Shoes, BagsThe Kenya Industrial Estates in Kakamega town is a busy complex. It hosts all m
Give Me a Rabbit Skin and I Will Make You Shoes, Bags
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
The Kenya Industrial Estates in Kakamega town is a busy complex. It hosts all manner of small businesses run by several artisans. Here, you will find fashion designers and metal and furniture workshops. It is in this complex, located along the busy... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Expensive Power Limits Tanzania IndustryArusha — The Confederation of Tanzanian Industries (CTI) has once again express
Expensive Power Limits Tanzania Industry
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
Arusha — The Confederation of Tanzanian Industries (CTI) has once again expressed concern over the high cost of electricity for both manufacturers, industries and consumers which is causing losses writes ELISHA MAYALLAH. "Cutting down energy costs... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Inside Australia’s only nuclear reactorLucas Heights nuclear reactor: Cancer-fighting drug | DailyTelegraph SearchUse
Inside Australia’s only nuclear reactor
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
Lucas Heights nuclear reactor: Cancer-fighting drug | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website The Opal Reactor core is one of many interesting sights at... Read more
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asianage
Clean our moneyIt will take much more than curious laws to clean up our dirty money. As Prime
Clean our money
asianage / Posted 11 days ago
It will take much more than curious laws to clean up our dirty money. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi promises to attack black money with harsh laws, even the law-abiding average citizen may wish to wash his hands of filthy lucre. In any case, if you... Read more
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Reuters
Australia's taste for fast food puts innovation on menuSYDNEY Fast food may be falling out of favor in many countries around the world
Australia's taste for fast food puts innovation on menu
Reuters / Posted 11 days ago
SYDNEY Fast food may be falling out of favor in many countries around the world but companies are making healthy profits and boldly innovating in the unlikely market of Australia. Contrary to stereotypes of a beach-going community of fitness... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Wyoming to host international coal conference in OctoberLARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - International energy experts will gather in Jackson this f
Wyoming to host international coal conference in October
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 11 days ago
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - International energy experts will gather in Jackson this fall to explore new opportunities for coal, through carbon engineering and carbon dioxide utilization and storage. The fifth International Advanced Coal Technologies... Read more
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The Hindu
Pathogens on banknotes linked to skin diseasesAn average Indian currency note roughly has eukaryotic species such as fungi (7
Pathogens on banknotes linked to skin diseases
The Hindu / Posted 11 days ago
An average Indian currency note roughly has eukaryotic species such as fungi (70%), bacterial populations (9%) and viruses (1%). The currency notes in your wallet could be the carriers of pathogens that may leave you grappling with skin diseases,... Read more
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New Kerala
'Smaller firms, research can drive India's defence modernisation' Research and Development (R&D) and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can dr
'Smaller firms, research can drive India's defence modernisation'
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
Research and Development (R&D) and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can drive India's defence modernisation and fetch the government's additional taxes, says the head of India's... Read more
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iol.co.za
Innovation’s on the menu in AustraliaREUTERSA worker carries a pizza for delivery as he exits a Domino's pizza store
Innovation’s on the menu in Australia
iol.co.za / Posted 12 days ago
REUTERSA worker carries a pizza for delivery as he exits a Domino's pizza store in Sydney, Australia. The country is a hotbed for innovation by companies including homegrown firm Domino's Pizza Enterprises, McDonald's and KFC. Picture: David... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle University given £780,000 to find Graves' disease cureScientists at Newcastle University have been given more than £780,000 to try an
Newcastle University given £780,000 to find Graves' disease cure
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
Scientists at Newcastle University have been given more than £780,000 to try and find a cure for Graves’ disease. Hundreds of young people every year are diagnosed with Graves’ hyperthyroidism – where the thyroid gland produces too much thyroid... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Plastic Pellets Everywhere, and Diving Robot SensorsRome — FAO-backed research ship investigates the occurrence of trash in the sou
Plastic Pellets Everywhere, and Diving Robot Sensors
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
Rome — FAO-backed research ship investigates the occurrence of trash in the southern Indian Ocean The Dr Fridtjof Nansen is plying the waves of the southern Indian Ocean, trawling for trash. Every time the ship's scientific crew threw down special... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Australia's taste for fast food puts innovation on menuSYDNEY: Fast food may be falling out of favor in many countries around the worl
Australia's taste for fast food puts innovation on menu
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
SYDNEY: Fast food may be falling out of favor in many countries around the world but companies are making healthy profits and boldly innovating in the unlikely market of Australia. Contrary to stereotypes of a beach-going community of fitness... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Global Pan ExplosionThere was an outpouring of warmth and hospitality from Trinis as the visiting i
Global Pan Explosion
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
There was an outpouring of warmth and hospitality from Trinis as the visiting international steelbands taking part in the historic International Panorama Competition at Queen’s Park Savannah on Sunday received rousing ovations before their... Read more
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