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2015/05/28 09:56
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The history of agricultural not-for-profit organisation CAB International (CABI) goes back to 1910 - a time when Britain's enthusiasm for record keeping and categorisation was perhaps at its zenith....
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2015/05/28 09:38
2015/05/28 09:38
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Mobile phone data can predict employment shocks Mobile phone data can be used to quickly and accurately detect, track and predict changes in the economy at multiple levels, says a new research. In...
Read more at New Kerala, PhysOrg
2015/05/28 09:19
2015/05/28 09:19
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Councillor Andrew Simcock, who first called for the move last summer, is kicking off his appeal for donations in style by setting off on a sponsored cycle from Lands End to John O’Groat’s this...
2015/05/28 00:39
2015/05/28 00:39
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The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals voiced satisfaction in a statement, calling the traditional English countryside horseback hunt with packs of hounds "barbaric". "Such a move...
2015/05/27 20:38
2015/05/27 20:38
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Data from smartphones and Twitter can accurately show the size of a crowd, helping first responders in an emergency, a study on Wednesday said. Scientists at England’s University of Warwick devised a...
2015/05/27 16:24
2015/05/27 16:24
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Today described as 'one of the most talented designers of his generation', his is a tale of passion, product and even a knighthood from Her Majesty. And now, the former Walton High School student has...
2015/05/27 16:17
2015/05/27 16:17
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The research points to the possible existence of inherited "gay genes" on the male Y chromosome. They have been conserved in animals - including humans - because they are linked to fitness traits...
2015/05/27 13:39
2015/05/27 13:39
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It is common knowledge that many birds of the same species look radically different, males often sport bright colors or fancy feathers, all designed to help them find a mate. Females, because they are...
2015/05/27 11:39
2015/05/27 11:39
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One proposed explanation for the so-called latitudinal diversity gradient is that new species form at faster rates in the tropics. University of Michigan evolutionary biologist Daniel Rabosky and two...
2015/05/27 09:38
2015/05/27 09:38
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Researchers propose new way to measure crowd count Researchers at Warwick University have come up with a new method to estimate the size of a large crowd based on geographical data from mobile phones...
2015/05/26 18:51
2015/05/26 18:51
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WATCH: Springwatch team spotlight the tiny birds that make epic journeys THE home of Springwatch is not just a great place to see television presenters such Chris Packham but also some of our...
2015/05/26 16:59
2015/05/26 16:59
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WITH less than a week to go until Oxford Pride returns for another year, preparations for the event are in full swing. Oxford Castle Quarter will welcome the city’s biggest LGBT (lesbian, gay,...
2015/05/26 13:39
2015/05/26 13:39
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On 25 November 1915, Albert Einstein published an article of only three pages and thereby put the finishing touches to a construct of ideas which viewed gravity in a new light. In his Special Theory...
2015/05/26 12:39
2015/05/26 12:39
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With the goal of achieving autonomous flight of drones, researcher José Martínez Carranza from the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (INAOE) in Mexico has developed a vision...
2015/05/26 11:56
2015/05/26 11:56
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Artificial intelligence could help humanity in discovering advancements and benefits that may not otherwise be possible, by assisting with the conversion of unstructured data into meaningful insights....
2015/05/25 18:51
2015/05/25 18:51
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VIDEO: Get a bird's eye view of Springwatch site with our fantastic footage EXPRESS Nature is teaming up with the RSPB to give you a bird’s eye view of nature at the home of this year’s...
2015/05/25 18:01
2015/05/25 18:01
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Sign up to our free Londonist Daily email to get today’s articles sent straight to your inbox at 5pm.Tonight’s Dinner Want to take the kids out for lunch or dinner this half term? It’s not just the...
2015/05/25 14:37
2015/05/25 14:37
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My Own Life, deftly constructed by a Cambridge historian from several of Aubrey’s works, corrects this image of an entertaining dotard. Scurr’s hero (“a wonderful friend”) emerges, rather, as an...
2015/05/25 03:28
2015/05/25 03:28
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Bayer science fund reaches more schoolsMonday, 25 May 2015, 2:33 pmPress Release: Bayer NZ Bayer science fund reaches more schoolsAuckland, May, 2015 – More primary schools than ever before will be...
2015/05/25 02:09
2015/05/25 02:09
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However, publication of the 'Green Paper on Young Drivers' was "indefinitely postponed" by the Coalition in December 2013 amid accusations that ministers did not want to tackle the issue until after...
2015/05/28 09:56
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