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This is highlighted in a study by researchers from the Universitat Aut�noma de Barcelona (UAB) and the Laboratorio Nacional de Gen�mica para la Biodiversidad (National Laboratory of Genomics for...
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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...
2014/07/23 00:42
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The body of a 13-year-old boy was pulled out of the River Thames by police on Tuesday night. Thames Valley police believe the schoolboy drowned after getting into difficulty in the river near...
2014/07/22 23:39
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Scientists have long known that providing supplemental food for wildlife, or resource provisioning, can sometimes cause more harm than good. University of Georgia ecologists have developed a new...
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2014/07/22 18:23
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Logan Park High School pupil Mathew Denys (17) is waiting to hear if it will be safe enough for him to attend the World Science Conference in Jerusalem next month. Photo by Gregor Richardson. The...
2014/07/22 17:16
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Labour Party leader David Cunliffe. Photo / Mark Mitchell A Labour Government would pour as much as $200 million into projects like developing Opotiki Harbour, Dunedin's Hillside railway workshops,...
2014/07/22 14:34
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PARIS: The white mustard plant, having added spice to our lives for centuries, may soon be put to a very different use – in the fight against chemical weapons, scientists say. Laboratory tests showed...
2014/07/22 07:08
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The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is pleased to announce that one of the world's preeminent experts in breast cancer research and treatment, V. Craig Jordan, Ph.D., will join the...
2014/07/22 01:28
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Kieran Devine appointed interim Chief ExecutiveTuesday, 22 July 2014, 1:24 pmPress Release: IPENZ MEDIA RELEASE – For immediate use, 22 July 2014Kieran Devine appointed interim Chief ExecutiveThe...
2014/07/21 16:53
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One of the goals of the Commonwealth summit to be held in Malta in 2015 will be new life for the Commonwealth. Prime Minister Joseph Muscat spoke about the government's intention for the meeting of...
2014/07/21 07:45
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But this footage taken from Moorcroft Wood in Moxley has led to a warning from council bosses about the dangers of plunging into the region's lakes and pools. The footage has emerged on YouTube of a...
2014/07/20 21:43
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LONDON — DNA testing is taking a bite out of the Bigfoot legend. After scientists analyzed more than 30 hair samples reportedly left behind by Bigfoot and similar mythical beasts like the Himalayan...
2014/07/20 12:11
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Climate change is thought to be churning rougher seas, causing mass seabird deaths earlier this year. Thousands of puffins live on Skomer Island, off the southwestern coast of Wales [Getty...
2014/07/20 10:51
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Prince Andrew bytes back PRINCE ANDREW is in hysterics."What a stupid question!" he exclaims, roaring with laughter. Prince Andrew has been turning his image around, abseiling down the Shard for...
2014/07/19 18:42
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In the late 17th century a middle-aged draper named Antonie van Leeuwenhoek became interested in the magnifying glasses he used to inspect fabric. He started experimenting with making his own,...
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