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2014/08/30 19:47
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Hands off the wheel and eyes off the road... a bus driver puts the lives of more than 40 passengers at risk. Oblivious to the traffic around him, he careers down a busy London street while typing a...
2014/08/30 19:47
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2014/08/30 16:45
2014/08/30 16:45
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Rice University researchers performed a detailed analysis of "produced" water from three underground shale gas formations subject to hydraulic fracturing. The chart shows the amounts of total carbon...
2014/08/30 14:42
2014/08/30 14:42
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It quantifies the degree to which the genetic variation within species is restricted in geographical space. Dr. Carnaval, an assistant professor of biology, and 14 other researchers from institutions...
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2014/08/30 14:00
2014/08/30 14:00
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Cambridge, some time after the end of term. Demob-happy undergraduates, dressed for punting and swigging wine from the bottle, seem not so much to be enjoying themselves as determinedly following...
2014/08/30 11:29
2014/08/30 11:29
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A YOUNG gun Melbourne scientist is making big discoveries on the smallest of scales, and fulfilling a childhood dream in the process. RMIT University’s Dr Amgad Rezk, who knew at the age of five he...
2014/08/30 09:42
2014/08/30 09:42
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From ultrasonic bat chirps to eerie whale songs, the animal kingdom is a noisy place. While some sounds might have meaning – typically something like “I’m a male, aren’t I great?” – no other creatures...
2014/08/30 04:12
2014/08/30 04:12
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Ford's Driving Skills for Life is Designed for New, Young Drivers BRENTWOOD, ESSEZ, UK -- August 29, 2014: Ford has announced the latest dates and locations for its 2014 Driving Skills for Life free...
2014/08/29 18:42
2014/08/29 18:42
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The creation of such an assembly line at molecular level has been a long-held dream of many nanoscientists. "It would enable us to assemble new complex substances or materials for specific...
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2014/08/29 17:17
2014/08/29 17:17
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Danielle Wright visits Still Life: Inside the Antarctic Huts of Scott and Shackleton, at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. Skua off Cape Royds with McMurdo Sound and the Royal Society Range in the...
2014/08/29 15:36
2014/08/29 15:36
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Imagine having an insect's view of the world, but on the nano scale. Down at the level of atoms and molecules, colorful particles dance, swirl, and vibrate. The chance to experience such thrilling...
2014/08/29 11:41
2014/08/29 11:41
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From September, every child in the first three years of school will be able to enjoy a free healthy school lunch and we applaud the Government for their support of universal infant free school meals...
2014/08/29 02:28
2014/08/29 02:28
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Wellington science fair winners announcedFriday, 29 August 2014, 2:08 pmPress Release: NIWAWellington science fair winners announcedA Wellington High School student has taken out the prize for best...
2014/08/28 23:42
2014/08/28 23:42
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The answer is buried 150 million years in the past, but a new University of California, Berkeley, study provides a new piece of evidence -- birds have an innate ability to maneuver in midair, a talent...
2014/08/28 16:50
2014/08/28 16:50
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It is expected that items from South Holland will be included in an important exhibition about the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta next year. A book of legal documents from Crowland Abbey, an...
2014/08/28 16:39
2014/08/28 16:39
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Rice University scientists have produced a detailed analysis of water produced by hydraulic fracturing (aka fracking) of three gas reservoirs and suggested environmentally friendly remedies are needed...
2014/08/28 16:31
2014/08/28 16:31
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A new fossil discovery identifies the earliest evidence for animals with muscles. An unusual new fossil discovery of one of the earliest animals on earth may also provide the oldest evidence of...
2014/08/28 16:21
2014/08/28 16:21
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Gambling really is for the bird brained! Humans and pigeons both use past experiences to make risky decisions, study reveals University of Warwick study found that human gamblers and pigeons are both...
2014/08/28 12:17
2014/08/28 12:17
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Sir William Wakeham, senior vice president of the Royal Academy of Engineering, argues that looking to our rich engineering past could help encourage business innovation today. Engineering...
2014/08/28 11:31
2014/08/28 11:31
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Watching a shepherd and his sheepdog tend to the flock is a thing of beauty. There seems to be an unspoken communication between the two for when and how to gather the sheep. There are even...
2014/08/28 04:28
2014/08/28 04:28
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First Global Conference on Science Advice to GovernmentsThursday, 28 August 2014, 3:27 pmSpeech: Sir Peter Gluckman Chief Science AdvisorPost-normal science advising in an era of post-normal policy...
2014/08/30 19:47
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