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2014/07/28 05:38
2014/07/28 05:38
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A shorthand author and unsung heroine to countless wannabe regional journalists – including her own son – has died at the age of 90. Meriel Bowers has touched the lives of many aspiring news hounds...
2014/07/28 05:38
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2014/07/28 00:09
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Steamboat Springs — A Renaissance cowboy from Vernal, Utah, who roamed ranches from Canada to California with a few Routt County stops tossed in, was recognized July 26 as America celebrates the...
2014/07/27 20:59
2014/07/27 20:59
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Societies need myths to live by, and a mathematical genius failing in an exam is precisely the kind of myth that makes life alluring How did Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887–1920), the mathematical genius,...
2014/07/27 08:53
2014/07/27 08:53
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A GLOBETROTTING Midland fraudster has turned up in super-rich Dubai, trying to talk a British company into her schemes. Gill Hope, 47, fled Wolverhampton for the US in 2001 after a warrant was issued...
2014/07/27 03:48
2014/07/27 03:48
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Ever heard of Dora Lush? She was an Australian microbiologist working in the 1940s on developing a vaccine for a deadly disease known as scrub typhus. She accidentally pricked her finger with a...
2014/07/26 16:34
2014/07/26 16:34
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The guest opinion by Martin Donohoe and Ray Seidler ("Oregonians should know what is in their food," July 20) provided a misleading view of the science and law behind the proposal to label crops made...
2014/07/26 15:18
2014/07/26 15:18
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A 61-year-old man has become the fifth person to die in Britain's lakes and rivers this week as soaring temperatures have seen more people taking to the water. Police believe the unnamed man had a...
2014/07/25 20:47
2014/07/25 20:47
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A fourth teenager drowned while swimming in a river today prompting a warning to schoolchildren about the dangers of open water. The body of Rony John, 15, was pulled from the water after he drowned...
2014/07/25 12:07
2014/07/25 12:07
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Bury St Edmunds: Council’s £12k payout to help clear noisy gulls from its own depot roofGulls posed a problem for the council Mariam Ghaemi West Suffolk reporter mariam.ghaemi@archant.co.uk Noisy...
2014/07/25 11:38
2014/07/25 11:38
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The bay is hundreds of miles north of the tropics, but now "it feels like a tropical place," said Vergés, a lecturer at New South Wales University in Australia. The undersea world is on the move....
2014/07/25 05:08
2014/07/25 05:08
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Streptococcus mutans, one of the principal bacteria that cause dental caries, has increased the change in its genetic material over time, possibly coinciding with dietary change linked to the...
2014/07/24 22:28
2014/07/24 22:28
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Mobile technologies set to take off in primary industriesFriday, 25 July 2014, 10:10 amPress Release: Mobile TechnologyMobile technologies set to take off in primary industriesDrones, or unmanned...
2014/07/24 15:46
2014/07/24 15:46
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The findings could be used to improve the durability of metal parts in numerous applications. "Wear is a major cause of failure in engineering applications," said Srinivasan Chandrasekar, a Purdue...
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2014/07/24 10:31
2014/07/24 10:31
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Abuja — Nigeria's President, Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday, appointed Boboye Oyeyemi as the new Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC). He is to replace former FRSC boss, Osita...
2014/07/24 00:42
2014/07/24 00:42
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2014/07/23 16:31
2014/07/23 16:31
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The mystery of why mycobacteria—a family that includes the microbe that causes TB—are extraordinarily hardy organisms is being unraveled by University of Otago, New Zealand, research that offers new...
2014/07/23 13:41
2014/07/23 13:41
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Bamboo construction has traditionally been rather straightforward: Entire stalks are used to create latticed edifices, or woven in strips to form wall-sized screens. The effect can be stunning, and...
2014/07/23 12:39
2014/07/23 12:39
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Birds are the most commonly rescued wildlife in Queensland, with the laughing kookaburra among our hardiest species, according to new research from The University of Queensland's Gatton...
2014/07/23 11:36
2014/07/23 11:36
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Cambridge News Wednesday 23 Jul 2014 11:57 AM 22/07/14 RAND Europe summer reception22/07/14 Christs College Rand Europe event From Left Jane Ramsey Michael Portillo Hermann Hauser and Martin Rees...
2014/07/23 03:21
2014/07/23 03:21
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Seatbelt that tells you when you're sleepy: Device measures heart rate and breathing via sensors before sounding alarm if driver is nodding off Belt can tell if a driver's heart rate or breathing...
2014/07/28 05:38
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