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2014/10/22 23:43
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Published at 09:10, Monday, 27 June 2011 WHEN zoologist Jill Glegge Pilkington spends six months of the year studying the world’s most primitive breed of sheep in the Outer Hebrides, it’s safe to...
2014/10/22 23:43
2014/10/22 23:43
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2014/10/22 18:49
2014/10/22 18:49
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The $9m EU project investigates the potential of nutrigenomics - a new branch of nutrition which looks at how food affects the behaviour in our genes. Experts are able to look at the way individual’s...
2014/10/22 07:48
2014/10/22 07:48
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Andy Saull says Newcastle Falcons’ young guns are inspiring old heads to new heights as they prepare for Friday’s European Rugby Challenge Cup trip to Wales. Saull skippered a youthful side to a...
2014/10/22 06:22
2014/10/22 06:22
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Could your walk signal dementia? Scientists find link between subtle changes to a person's gait and their brain function Say if disease diagnosed, treatment can start earlier and be managed...
2014/10/22 05:12
2014/10/22 05:12
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The living room of Vicky Holliday and her partner Keith Newell’s home, in a quiet cul-de-sac in High Wycombe, has all the telltale signs of new parenthood: multicoloured baby mat, cuddly toys, photos...
2014/10/21 21:48
2014/10/21 21:48
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Experts in Tyneside have found a definitive link between the way someone walks and dementia linked to Parkinson’s disease. The findings by researchers at Newcastle University mean that gait may be...
2014/10/20 22:29
2014/10/20 22:29
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COMMON childhood illnesses such as tonsillitis and ear infections can cause hearing loss later in life, according to results from a famous study. The Newcastle Thousand Families Study monitored 1,142...
2014/10/20 13:46
2014/10/20 13:46
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When the Pakistani Taliban survivor Malala Yousafzai won the Nobel Peace Prize this month, it was widely noted that she was an education advocate and that her father was a "headmaster." But the...
2014/10/20 12:12
2014/10/20 12:12
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In 1890, Alfred Marshall finished a decade’s work. His eight-volume Principles of Economics was finally ready. Those who read the fourth volume were introduced to the concept of ‘economies of...
2014/10/20 07:48
2014/10/20 07:48
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It seems to be the ultimate car driving ‘App’. One that can advise you on which roads to use to avoid congestion, where to park and which can ‘talk’ to traffic signals getting them to change from red...
2014/10/17 18:37
2014/10/17 18:37
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Vladimir Aust, 19, who was studying a foundation course at Newcastle University, bought a bomb-making kit for £22 from shopping website Amazon, and mixed the chemicals in his bedroom and communal...
2014/10/17 10:48
2014/10/17 10:48
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Newcastle & Gateshead - Architecture and Heritage by Thomas Faulkner, Peter Peacock and Paul Jones updates the sell-out 2006 edition issued by Tyne Bridge Publishing, the publishing arm of Newcastle...
2014/10/17 10:10
2014/10/17 10:10
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Scientists in Singapore claim to have uncovered a more effective way of producing bioplastics that meant such material could come close to mirroring performance specifications of petro-based...
2014/10/17 08:48
2014/10/17 08:48
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Tynedale give a first start to hooker Louis Frankland as they prepare for tomorrow’s National One visit of Esher. David Nelson’s call-up to the Newcastle Falcons bench against Bucharest tonight has...
2014/10/17 07:12
2014/10/17 07:12
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Both the government and the arts agencies have recently begun to talk about the economic importance of culture – by which they mean the West End or the film industry. But we need to understand how...
2014/10/16 14:06
2014/10/16 14:06
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Rodrigo Rato’s 1,584-euro ($2,024) spending at jewelers on his corporate credit card is putting him on trial in the court of Spanish public opinion over Bankia SA’s 22 billion-euro bailout. The...
2014/10/16 04:26
2014/10/16 04:26
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Fact check: Does a farmer commit suicide every four days in Australia as Bob Katter says? Australian agriculture is "closing down" and farmers - "the toughest people this nation has ever produced" -...
2014/10/15 07:48
2014/10/15 07:48
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CUE Confirms Sugata Mitra as Keynote Speaker for 2015 Annual Conference CUE confirmed today that TED prize winner Sugata Mitra will be its General Session Keynote Speaker for the CUE 2015 Annual...
2014/10/14 15:48
2014/10/14 15:48
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Experts in Tyneside have made a major breakthrough in understanding the development of breast cancer. A leading team from Newcastle University has found that “turning off” two proteins in the body...
2014/10/14 15:42
2014/10/14 15:42
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The research paper, published today in the Lancet, was authored by researchers from UCL, Basel University, Switzerland, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, the University Medical Center...
2014/10/22 23:43
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