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2014/04/16 21:29
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A goldfish met a cruel fate in the pit of a teenager's stomach who ate it live and on camera. The unidentified teenager was apparently taped by his friends reaching for the small goldfish in a...
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2014/04/16 20:40
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Hipsters, be warned: Scientists say we may have reached “peak beard.” And evolution might be guiding a trend towards ditching beards in favour of going clean shaven. What does that even mean, you...
2014/04/16 19:42
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Now a study has found that some animals also can match a voice to a scent. Researchers at Princeton and Duke report that ring-tailed lemurs respond more strongly to the scents and sounds of female...
2014/04/16 19:31
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If an insect drew a line as it chased its next meal, the resulting pattern would be a tangled mess. But there’s a method to that mess, says Jane Wang, a Cornell University professor of mechanical...
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2014/04/16 19:09
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BT's 'Prancing Piper' logo Not everything it touched turned to gold for the clients concerned, however. Wolff Olins was responsible for Diageo (formerly Guinness) and Invensys (the engineering and IT...
2014/04/16 18:33
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Changes in the Puerto Rican climate over the past three decades have caused small but significant changes to the coqui frog, the territory’s national animal. UCLA biologists have found that not only...
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2014/04/16 14:39
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... —A team of researchers working at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland has found that there are some notable exceptions to the rule that bigger animals live longer than smaller animals. In...
2014/04/16 13:39
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... —Researchers have uncovered a previously unforeseen interaction between the sexes which reveals that offspring survival is affected by chemical signals emitted from the females' eggs. In...
2014/04/16 11:22
2014/04/16 11:22
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... absolutely work directly with Kate, it's always quite the collaboration!' Jenny Packham dishes about dressing the Duchess of Cambridge for the tour Kate, 31, is firm fan of British designer Jenny...
2014/04/16 10:08
2014/04/16 10:08
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2014/04/16 05:20
2014/04/16 05:20
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Looking the odd one out may seem like a recipe for mating disaster, but it could make you more attractive to the opposite sex. So said a study Wednesday which may also explain why fashions...
2014/04/16 02:36
2014/04/16 02:36
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Share this page Amy Mather, a young pioneer of designing with 3D printer technology There have been dramatic headlines about 3D technology, encompassing ideas to use 3D printers to make clothes,...
2014/04/15 23:52
2014/04/15 23:52
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Published at 01:00, Thursday, 20 October 2005 By Ginnie George WHEN Paul Bainbridge was a boy in Egremont, he remembers playing a game at a Christmas party. “People would be blindfolded to guess an...
2014/04/15 21:42
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Scott McWilliams, URI professor of natural resources science, says that spare capacity -- the extent to which animals can modify their physiology to deal with ecological changes -- varies from species...
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2014/04/15 21:22
2014/04/15 21:22
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Is that you, Polly? The amazing experiment that proves parrots give their children names Researchers found the animals are given names by their parents Can use the names of other parrots to call...
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2014/04/15 18:09
2014/04/15 18:09
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She was born Lorna Ann Smith on July 18 1938 and educated at Southend High School for Girls before gaining a BSc and a PhD from University College, London. Her lecturing and research career began at...
2014/04/15 11:39
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... —Chemists from Trinity College Dublin have achieved a long-pursued molecular first by interlocking three molecules through a single point. Developing interlocked molecules is one of the...
2014/04/15 10:28
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Questions and Answers - April 15Tuesday, 15 April 2014, 9:54 pmPress Release: Office of the ClerkQUESTIONS TO MINISTERSBudget 2014—Economic Programme1. DAVID BENNETT (National—Hamilton East) to the...
2014/04/15 05:27
2014/04/15 05:27
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Leg hairs hold secret to walking on water Related Stories Hair raiser The hairy legs of water striders are artfully designed to strike a balance between the water capillary action and gravity,...
2014/04/15 03:27
2014/04/15 03:27
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Glossy magazines and TV reality shows often portray males as the gender that strays and females as the gender that’s picky. They are sexual stereotypes rooted in the science of UK geneticist Angus...
2014/04/16 21:29
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