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2014/07/25 18:48
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The number of households that North East councils prevented from becoming homeless has rocketed in parts of the region. In South Tyneside the local authority stepped in on 3,208 occasions in the last...
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2014/07/25 18:17
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Slow Walking Speed and Memory Complaints Can Predict Dementia Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsNeurology Newswise — July 25, 2014—(BRONX, NY)—A study involving nearly 27,000 older...
2014/07/25 15:29
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In these DTI scans, the bottom row shows views of a head with the top sliced away to reveal the brain. The top row shows the corresponding top views of the brain. The green lines represent the white...
2014/07/25 14:20
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New findings that the body is less efficient at metabolising folic acid than natural folates could inform policy-making decisions as the UK government considers mandatory fortification of flour with...
2014/07/24 15:50
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ONLY a psychology student could brush off a badly broken leg on his Premiership debut as “all right”, but Newcastle Falcons wing Zach Kibirige has never been one to dwell on the negatives. Hoping to...
2014/07/24 13:11
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West Country Talent in Combe MartinTom Findlay and Alex Cumming will be performing at Shammick Acoustic in Combe Martin on Saturday. Award winning duo James Findlay and Alex Cumming are the latest to...
2014/07/24 12:35
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Thanks for the doctorate, Newcastle Uni (Picture: AP) Roxy Music’s Bryan Ferry earned his honorary doctorate for music from Newcastle University for over forty years worth of service to the music...
2014/07/24 08:34
2014/07/24 08:34
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Last updated at 08:28, Thursday, 24 July 2014 A view has emerged this summer of how the Roman frontier along the edge of the Solway Firth may have looked. A picture of life on the outer reaches of...
2014/07/24 05:43
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ACHIEVING his degree was a challenge for James Wildgoose – but he always had one person firmly by his side. There was no change yesterday when the 21-year-old graduated from Nottingham Trent...
2014/07/24 01:55
2014/07/24 01:55
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For one doctor, a move to the regions has been a winner, writes Keeli Cambourne. When David Woods finished high school he wanted to study close to home. He completed a science degree at Newcastle...
2014/07/23 09:13
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Last updated at 10:09, Wednesday, 23 July 2014 CHILDREN living near Sellafield, in Cumbria, or Dounreay nuclear plants are not at an increased risk of developing cancer compared to peers in other...
2014/07/23 00:52
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Health fears over government plans to put folic acid in bread NEW health fears have been raised by scientists over Government plans to force manufacturers to add folic acid to bread to prevent babies...
2014/07/21 17:17
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A Noble Gas Cage New material traps gases from nuclear fuel better and uses less energy than currently available options Newswise — RICHLAND, Wash. -- When nuclear fuel gets recycled, the process...
2014/07/21 15:43
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The study, led by Newcastle University, found that newly developed remote survey techniques were twice as effective at detecting rare birds as conventional survey methods. Using automated equipment...
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2014/07/21 14:18
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Luis Hernan was always curious about how wireless technologies like radio are transmitted through the air. So after finishing up his studies in architecture, computer science, and design, Hernan...
2014/07/21 12:39
2014/07/21 12:39
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Barnacles produce the strongest glue or cement found in nature. The material is better than anything we have developed synthetically and sticks to any surface, even underwater. But exactly how this...
2014/07/21 05:53
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New Future Fund gets massive boost Chris Peacock, Chairman of North of England Children's Cancer Research Fund (NECCR) presents a cheque for £500,000 to Newcastle University's 'Future Fund' accepted...
2014/07/20 00:34
2014/07/20 00:34
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Last updated at 20:00, Thursday, 26 May 2011 Excited volunteers are gearing up for a major Roman dig at Maryport to shed more light on an age-old mystery. AT THE READY: Dig volunteers Graham Ryan,...
2014/07/19 15:48
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Former journalist Barbara Henderson Former journalist Barbara Henderson has steered clear of the quintessential heroine for her first children’s book. That is because the already published crime...
2014/07/19 14:51
2014/07/19 14:51
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Even mild traumatic brain injury may cause brain damage, including thinking and memory problems, according to a new study. For the study, 44 people with a mild traumatic brain injury and nine people...
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