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Man injured after 30ft jump off pierThe man jumped from the pier into two feet of water (Picture: Timmay Curtis). A TOURIST suffered back and ‘significant’ leg injuries after jumping off Weston’s...
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2014/09/19 13:42
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Now, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University Professor Amy Shen is experimenting with a new method of gelation. Shen leads the Micro/Bio/Nanofluidics Unit at OIST, where she...
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2014/09/19 07:27
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Battle of Britain Day was commemorated with a formal dinner at The Star in Alfriston by members and guests of the Seahaven Branch of The Royal Society of St George. Society chairman Bob Peedle said...
2014/09/19 00:27
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University of Queensland researchers won two of five Scopus Young Researcher awards and placed in two other categories at a celebration of academic research excellence in Canberra yesterday (18...
2014/09/18 19:17
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New Study Favors Quantum Mind Quantum coherence in brain protein resembles plant photosynthesis Released:18-Sep-2014 3:00 PM EDTSource Newsroom:Center for Consciousness Studies, University of...
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2014/09/18 18:37
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Writing in the journal Science, Cambridge University’s Partha Dasgupta and Veerabhadran Ramanathan, of the University of California, have made an impassioned plea for help in curbing the “potentially...
2014/09/18 12:24
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In a Times Higher Education poll carried out last month, more than 1,000 academics and administrators from a range of top Scottish universities were asked whether Scottish universities should welcome...
2014/09/18 06:26
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... I knew that I was going to die today, I think I should still want to hear the cricket scores," GH Hardy is said to have remarked to his sister as he lay dying at the Evelyn nursing home in...
2014/09/18 05:27
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Landcare, a government-funded organisation, has highlighted the project as one initiative it hopes to draw attention to in the community. Representative Jen Quealy said the Great Forest National Park...
2014/09/18 02:17
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2014/09/17 23:42
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2014/09/17 23:06
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GOOD morning, and welcome to our morning news coverage. We will be bringing you the best of what’s happening this morning, so you can get across the news quickly. Sypillis is making a comeback in...
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2014/09/17 19:05
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... People of Scotland have an opportunity to extricate themselves from the socio-psychopathic global corporatists and the temple of outrageous and excessive abject materialism. However, it is not...
2014/09/17 18:26
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The giant squid has consumed the imaginations of many oceanographers. How could something so big remain unseen for so long—or be less understood than dinosaurs?Credit Illustration by Gerald Scarfe On...
2014/09/17 17:38
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A new study has revealed that sharks possibly are more sensible than clever, which might make them appear like they are brilliant mathematicians. Levy flight, the mathematician-like behavior...
2014/09/17 14:39
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... —Bioresearcher Andy Reynolds with Rothamsted Research in the U.K., believes he has solved the mystery of how sharks act like math geniuses—they simply turn away from turbulence, he reports...
2014/09/17 13:39
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The way in which most multicellular organisms have been classified has been the same for more than a century. Only recently have scientists developed the tools and knowledge to question the way we...
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... —Declines in populations of pollinators, such as bees and wasps, may be a key threat to nutrition in some of the most poorly fed parts of the globe, according to new research. A major...
2014/09/17 10:26
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Imprinted brain theory links autism and schizophrenia Related Stories Parental tug-of-war A Danish study has provided support for a controversial theory that says autism spectrum disorders and...
2014/09/17 02:22
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Having a boyfriend can make you live longer (at least if you're a baboon) Most sociable females lived two to three years longer Socialising with males gave females an even bigger longevity...
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