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AllAfrica.com
UK-Based Nigerian Invents Keyboard for Nigerian LanguagesA United Kingdom (UK) based Nigerian, Adebunmi Adeniran, has developed a keyboa
UK-Based Nigerian Invents Keyboard for Nigerian Languages
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
A United Kingdom (UK) based Nigerian, Adebunmi Adeniran, has developed a keyboard to support and enable writing about 12 Nigerian languages correctly and applying correct signs and tones to give instant meaning to the reader. The essence is to... Read more
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Ventura County Reporter
Plastic invasionIn classic cartoons, the image of a fisherman retrieving a moss-covered boot fr
Plastic invasion
Ventura County Reporter / Posted 2 days ago
In classic cartoons, the image of a fisherman retrieving a moss-covered boot from a lake, only to turn up his nose with a grimace, made for a cheap laugh. Nowadays, it seems as though the joke may be on us, as new research has shown that plastic... Read more
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Evening Standard
Royal aide four times the limit during the school runA senior member of Prince Charles and Camilla’s staff was caught by police at t
Royal aide four times the limit during the school run
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
A senior member of Prince Charles and Camilla’s staff was caught by police at the wheel of her luxury Land Rover nearly four times the alcohol limit during the morning school run. Gemma Catherine Kaza, 41, who is the Inventory Controller for the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Princess Mako of Japan graduates from Leicester UniversityWhere's the royal entourage? Princess Mako of Japan makes a low-key appearance
Princess Mako of Japan graduates from Leicester University
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Where's the royal entourage? Princess Mako of Japan makes a low-key appearance to graduate from Leicester University - after going incognito at the institution for year Princess earned her masters degree in Art Museum and Gallery Studies She lived... Read more
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Daily Mail
Total amount of plastic on Earth now tops 5BILLION tonnes - enough to wrap the entire planet in clingfilm No part of Earth is free from
Total amount of plastic on Earth now tops 5BILLION tonnes
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
- enough to wrap the entire planet in clingfilm No part of Earth is free from plastic waste, a new study has found Total amount produced since Second World War is five billion tonnes Study... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sir David Attenborough: 'I was kept off TV because my teeth were too big'“The only reason I wasn’t conscripted was that the war was pretty well won,” he
Sir David Attenborough: 'I was kept off TV because my teeth were too big'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
“The only reason I wasn’t conscripted was that the war was pretty well won,” he says of his fortunate escape from the front line. It was decided he would be more useful if he took up his science scholarship to Cambridge before seeing any military... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Professor Graham Boulnois appointed as chairman of Medicines Technologies CatapultLife sciences businessman and academic Professor Graham Boulnois has been appoi
Professor Graham Boulnois appointed as chairman of Medicines Technologies Catapult
News-Medical-Net / Posted 18 days ago
Life sciences businessman and academic Professor Graham Boulnois has been appointed as chairman of the Medicines Technologies Catapult, one of the latest technology and innovation centres set to open this year. The Catapult was announced by the... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
‘His future was looking so bright’ - parents write blog to remember son killed by driver in Wisbech It is nearly five years since a driver who was doing twice the speed limit kn
‘His future was looking so bright’ - parents write blog to remember son killed by driver in Wisbech
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 19 days ago
It is nearly five years since a driver who was doing twice the speed limit knocked down and killed 22-year-old student Jamie Butcher on a pelican... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
What does the future hold for historic Leeds pubs?Places like Leeds are well known for their historic pubs, but with our drinking
What does the future hold for historic Leeds pubs?
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 26 days ago
Places like Leeds are well known for their historic pubs, but with our drinking habits changing what does the future hold for them? Mike Waites reports. LANDLADY Angela Spencer admits her pub has seen better days. As an 18-year-old in the area where... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Happy 18th Phoebe! Teenager defies odds to celebrate her birthday with a night out Brave student who sustained horror injuries when she was aged three marks a m
Happy 18th Phoebe! Teenager defies odds to celebrate her birthday with a night out
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
Brave student who sustained horror injuries when she was aged three marks a major milestone Phoebe gets ready for her big night with hairdresser Brenda Shankey and... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Dangerous mind: What Rick Turner still has to offer free South AfricaLate last year American scholar, historian and author, Billy Keniston, publishe
Dangerous mind: What Rick Turner still has to offer free South Africa
Daily Maverick / Posted 28 days ago
Late last year American scholar, historian and author, Billy Keniston, published Choosing to be Free – The Life Story of Rick Turner (Jacana) 35 years after this charismatic and influential thinker was assassinated on 8 January 1978 in his Durban... Read more
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Science Daily
The Anthropocene: Hard evidence for a human-driven EarthAn international group of scientists is studying whether human activity has dri
The Anthropocene: Hard evidence for a human-driven Earth
Science Daily / Posted 30 days ago
An international group of scientists is studying whether human activity has driven Earth into a new geological epoch -- the Anthropocene. They ask: to what extent are human actions recorded as measurable signals in geological strata, and is the... Read more
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PhysOrg
The Anthropocene: Hard evidence for a human-driven EarthA composite image of the Western hemisphere of the Earth. Credit: NASA The evid
The Anthropocene: Hard evidence for a human-driven Earth
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
A composite image of the Western hemisphere of the Earth. Credit: NASA The evidence for a new geological epoch which marks the impact of human activity on the Earth is now overwhelming according to a recent paper by an international group of... Read more
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Harrow Times
Stanmore student awarded engineering scholarshipA student from Stanmore has been awarded a prestigious engineering scholarship.
Stanmore student awarded engineering scholarship
Harrow Times / Posted 30 days ago
A student from Stanmore has been awarded a prestigious engineering scholarship. Jayan Patel, 16, who attends Park High School in Stanmore, has been awarded an Arkwright Scholarship sponsored by Leicester University. The Arkwright Engineering... Read more

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