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2014/10/23 19:29
2014/10/23 19:29
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In South Africa at least 5,000 people are killed on the country's roads every year. Or is it closer to 14,000? Or more than those dying of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, as has been claimed? Crosses from...
2014/10/23 19:29
2014/10/23 19:29
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2014/10/23 15:34
2014/10/23 15:34
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Five more companies will set up shop on or near the UB campuses under START-UP NY, the innovative tax-incentive program created by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo. The companies, which will relocate to, start...
2014/10/22 21:21
2014/10/22 21:21
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Developers will have the defining say in whether industrial properties across Australia continue to provide strong yields for investors, according to a report from Colliers International. The...
2014/10/21 16:28
2014/10/21 16:28
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A CT scan of the patient's right foot with the 3D-printed titanium heel implant(St Vincent's Hospital, Anatomics and CSIRO) Melbourne doctors, a government agency and an implant manufacturer have...
2014/10/20 13:38
2014/10/20 13:38
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Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Space and Atomic Energy Dr Jitendra Singh, launched...
2014/10/20 13:34
2014/10/20 13:34
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Reuters.A general view shows the headquarters of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. in Shenzhen, Guangdong province. Brussels - The European Union has ended a long-running telecoms row with China, the EU's...
2014/10/20 11:10
2014/10/20 11:10
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The way some people argue it you would think that you – yes you, working in the plastics industry – are to blame for every living creature that dies as a result of ingesting or being caught up in...
2014/10/20 06:29
2014/10/20 06:29
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Efforts of government to improve cassava yield through cassava bread making is still at its lowest ebb, even when its promoter, the Federal Institute Of Industrial Research, Oshodi, Lagos claims to...
2014/10/18 12:21
2014/10/18 12:21
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Science and technology (S&T) is the foundation of any country’s economic prosperity. Australia, however, is facing a crisis at the moment due to recent budget cuts and deregulation of the education...
2014/10/18 11:15
2014/10/18 11:15
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Rooted in the fertile earth outside the town of Marble Hall in Limpopo, row upon row of lush tobacco seedlings grow ever taller as they lap up the summer rains. But these tobacco plants aren’t just...
2014/10/17 22:03
2014/10/17 22:03
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Wendy LaursenContributing Editor Australia has invested heavily in the oil and gas industry but with increasing capex and the ever-increasing demand, the country is focusing heavily on R&D to help...
2014/10/17 07:50
2014/10/17 07:50
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Alcoholic drinks makers lead way on climate change adaptation SYDNEY (Reuters) - Wine and beer lovers face an uncertain future. While climate change is a distant consideration for many global...
2014/10/17 00:33
2014/10/17 00:33
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Despite the nearly universal shift towards neoliberalism in Western countries and specifically the Anglosphere (The US, British Isles, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, etc.), there are still important...
2014/10/16 13:42
2014/10/16 13:42
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During the past three decades, capture fisheries production has increased from 69m to 93m tonnes, while aquaculture fish production has skyrocketed from 5m to 63m tonnes, the World Bank reports (pdf)....
2014/10/16 08:29
2014/10/16 08:29
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CAUTIONING that the Ebola outbreaks in Nigeria and Senegal are not yet quite over, the World Health Organisation (WHO) disclosed yesterday that it would declare their end in the former country on...
2014/10/15 17:38
2014/10/15 17:38
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Eminent academic, medicinal chemist and pharmaceutical historian Professor Harkishan Singh's autobiography "Witness to an Era" traces an over six-decade-long journey from a forgotten India of the...
2014/10/15 16:50
2014/10/15 16:50
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Australian agriculture needs to adapt, not simply shift, to meet climate change SYDNEY (Reuters) - Peanuts have moved north, tuna has moved east, wine has moved south. But sooner or later, Australia...
2014/10/15 11:29
2014/10/15 11:29
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As part of measures to support and upscale activities of Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSMEs), the Federal Government yesterday directed the Bank of Industry (BoI) and the Federal...
2014/10/15 07:08
2014/10/15 07:08
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A fly's sense of smell could be used in new technology to detect drugs and bombs, according to research. Brain scientist Professor Thomas Nowotny, who works at the University of Sussex, was surprised...
2014/10/14 17:39
2014/10/14 17:39
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India and Norway on Tuesday signed nine memorandum of understandings (MoUs) to promote academic cooperation between the two countries, during President Pranab Mukherjee's state visit to the...
2014/10/23 19:29
2014/10/23 19:29
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