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University technology has lift off in jet fuels project University technology has lift off in jet fuels project TECHNOLOGY spun out of Oxford University will be used to help convert landfill waste...
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2014/04/24 13:29
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Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe will deliver the keynote address at a high-level academic conference reflecting on South Africa's first 20 years of democracy at Oxford University in the UK on...
2014/04/24 13:17
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A similar dispute is evident regarding the role of knowledge in romantic love. Some popular songs indicate the close connection between them: "The more I know you, the more I love you," and "To know...
2014/04/24 12:46
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In Edinburgh, Scotland, youth worker Jonathan Litewski McKean, whose grandmother was a Holocaust survivor, decides to honor her legacy in a personal way. Next month, on his 26th birthday, he will have...
2014/04/24 12:23
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EXCLUSIVE: Moment heartbroken woman conned by globally infamous fraudster, bigamist and fake CIA agent turned the tables on him in a New Jersey parking lot police sting American William Allen Jordan,...
2014/04/24 11:40
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Paying homage in style and theme to the vintage horror movies of the 1970s, "The Quiet Ones" is the latest stylish shocker from Hammer, the recently reactivated classic U.K. studio imprint. Mixing...
2014/04/24 10:36
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He has challenged the utilitarian roots of economics and redefined development policy, but how does he feel about India? Rabindranath Tagore was the first Indian to win the Nobel prize for...
2014/04/24 10:35
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Apples are good for heart health because they contain antioxidants, which help reduce damage done by cholesterol, and pectin, which helps lower cholesterol levels. Picture: Steve Lawrence London -...
2014/04/24 09:08
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Suffolk/Norfolk: Guide rates teacher training ninth best in countrySCITT leader Carol Nind A regional teacher training scheme has been ranked among the best of its kind in the country. To send a...
2014/04/24 08:34
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Hannah Duncan ’15 is Brown’s first Truman Scholar since 2011. Out of 655 candidates, Hannah Duncan ’15 was selected last week as one of 59 nationwide undergraduate recipients of the Truman...
2014/04/24 07:22
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Leading academic highlight's importance of Bolton's Mass Observation archive Wrestling in Bolton was popular in the 1930s in this Worktown picture taken by Humphrey Spender INFLUENTIAL Oxford...
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... unfortunately, is known as one of the places most dear to ‘black archaeologists’ [those involved in the illicit searching for and trading of artefacts],” Piotrovsky said. “The level of...
2014/04/24 06:59
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Sir’ brings teaching skills to the stage in Oxford BENEDICT Morrison is bringing his real-life teaching experience to an Oxford University production Alan Bennett’s The History Boys. Mr Morrison,...
2014/04/24 06:44
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BANGKOK: Alarmed by the prospect of bloodshed in Thailand as a six-month political crisis nears a critical juncture, former Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has called for talks between the government...
2014/04/24 02:24
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The book's name may sound frivolous. But Nothing Like a Dame isn't, not by a long shot. Oh, its 21 interviews with the greatest female stars of Broadway deliver gossip, both dish and diss, and choice...
2014/04/24 00:28
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A new study by the University of Berkeley shows how Sarawak’s future lies with small-scale, local energy solutions rather than with risky and expensive large-scale hydropower. The scientists are...
2014/04/23 17:05
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... buildings at Ormiston Venture Academy declared open Picture: James Bass. Students at Ormiston Venture Academy in east Norfolk have marked the official opening of their new £8m facilities with...
2014/04/23 11:39
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... —In communities of microbes, akin to 'slime jungles', cells evolve not just to grow faster than their rivals but also to push themselves to the surface of colonies where they gain the best...
2014/04/23 10:09
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AT last, Labour’s big guns have moved on to the referendum battleground to campaign for staying in Britain. Ed Miliband and the Shadow Cabinet will be appearing across Scotland this week – not before...
2014/04/23 09:09
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AN extraordinary Scots football team who have transformed the lives of refugees have been praised by experts at Oxford University. United Glasgow FC, who boast players from more than 20 countries...
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