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2015/03/03 17:31
2015/03/03 17:31
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In 2013, GSK and Save the Children launched the first US$1 million Healthcare Innovation Award to identify and reward innovations that have proven successful in reducing child deaths in developing...
2015/03/03 17:31
2015/03/03 17:31
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2015/03/03 13:51
2015/03/03 13:51
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This is truly a one-in-a-million shot Richard James, RSPB wildlife advisor Amateur photographer Martin Le-May captured the incredible image after he heard a "distressed squawking" while wandering...
2015/03/03 00:49
2015/03/03 00:49
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Why do humans and other mammals have eyelashes? Experts have been batting rival theories around for years. Eyelashes are dust catchers, snaring things that would otherwise drift into the eye, went...
2015/03/02 23:31
2015/03/02 23:31
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In a stunning combination of art and science, the human eye can now witness something beautiful—both a dancer and their atomic field. Using a new technology called Danceroom Spectroscopy (DS), a 3-D...
2015/03/02 17:25
2015/03/02 17:25
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Three University of Otago students will soon be meeting Nobel laureates at a high-powered scientific gathering in Japan. Joe Zhang, Holly van der Salm and Dan Preston are among five New Zealand...
2015/03/02 13:54
2015/03/02 13:54
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Mantis shrimp attack their dinners with the help of spring-loaded claws. Rather than evolving in a coordinated way, a new study finds that each part of the mantis shrimp’s complex claws followed its...
2015/03/02 12:30
2015/03/02 12:30
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The year was 2000, and Mugisha Davidson was studying for his graduate studies in tourism and conservation at the University of Kent, in Canterbury, UK. One day while reading in the university...
2015/03/01 15:38
2015/03/01 15:38
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It's easy to take the wonders of modern science—gene technology, particle physics, robotics—for granted. But it took a long, hard road of experiment and discovery—and failure—to make these leaps. In...
2015/03/01 11:37
2015/03/01 11:37
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And in Brighton – the only place in the country where they have actual power – the council has failed to set a budget because of Greens voting against their own party. Are these passionate and...
2015/03/01 07:35
2015/03/01 07:35
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The Greens have sought to limit appearances by their leader, Natalie Bennett, during the potential leadership debates, only for the move to be blocked by the broadcasters. It is understood that Lucas...
2015/02/28 18:48
2015/02/28 18:48
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So a team of researchers from Germany and the US set out to find a better way of tracking the gorillas, and figured dogs were as good as anyone to help them do it. The team, led by Richard A. Bergl...
2015/02/28 08:43
2015/02/28 08:43
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A fine example of the work of an unsung local artist goes on view on March 1 prior to being sold at auction the following week. Auctioneer Nigel Kirk thinks it is high time Loxton Knight’s art was...
2015/02/27 23:47
2015/02/27 23:47
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By Randy DotingaHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Ticks in the northeastern United States are showing up earlier in the spring and expanding their range because of warmer temperatures over the...
2015/02/27 18:44
2015/02/27 18:44
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Cancer data compiled by the World Health Organisation's (WHO) GLOBOCAN project has huge global influence and is used by Governments and international NGOs to determine health and funding priorities in...
2015/02/27 15:42
2015/02/27 15:42
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2015/02/27 14:28
2015/02/27 14:28
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An extinct species of fossil dating back 11 million years has been discovered in Venezuela. The species, Eionaletherium tanycnemius, would have weighed the same as a small car, tipping the scales at...
2015/02/27 12:51
2015/02/27 12:51
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Where we go and who we visit is an important issue to urban planners as they work to improve our cities and our environment. A new Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) study discovers that...
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2015/02/27 12:32
2015/02/27 12:32
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Burglars have stolen 14 rare breeding bullfinches worth £3,000 from their aviary. The seven pairs of birds were stolen from an address in Peterswood, on the border of Epping Green and Harlow between...
2015/02/27 12:08
2015/02/27 12:08
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An online campaign is calling for a ban on an elderly lollipop man from high-fiving schoolchildren to be overturned. Nkosana Mdikane, 74, who works outside two West Dunbartonshire primary schools,...
2015/02/27 07:20
2015/02/27 07:20
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Welsh scientists claim “acid oceans” are posing a threat to the future health of all sea life. A study involving Swansea University’s Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research (CSAR), has found that...
2015/03/03 17:31
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