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2015/03/31 03:36
2015/03/31 03:36
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YS remains a strategic partner: CM Kota Kinabalu: The Yayasan Sabah group remains relevant as a strategic partner to the State Government towards improving the socio-economic and well-being of the...
2015/03/31 03:36
2015/03/31 03:36
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2015/03/30 21:00
2015/03/30 21:00
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It is the biggest reform of local government since the 1970s and although City Hall itself has not changed much in that time, how it functions will soon be very different. Until now councils had...
2015/03/30 14:23
2015/03/30 14:23
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SAN ANGELO, Texas - This year's West Texas Medical Associates Distinguished Lectureship in Science Honoring Dr. Roy E. Moon features a storied physics professor and one of the U.K.'s most prominent...
2015/03/30 11:26
2015/03/30 11:26
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Modbury Hospital contract uncertainty equals 'death by a thousand cuts', industrial officer says The future of Adelaide's Modbury Hospital has been called into question after it was revealed surgeons...
2015/03/29 19:09
2015/03/29 19:09
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In 1958 he returned to Birmingham University as a lecturer. There he introduced electron microscope facilities and established a research group of young enthusiasts to study the properties of metallic...
2015/03/29 17:23
2015/03/29 17:23
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Forget a chunk of what you think you know about how Maori got to New Zealand. Bruce Munro talks to Prof Atholl Anderson about his startling conclusion that the first colonists were exiles with no way...
2015/03/29 14:38
2015/03/29 14:38
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April 1, 1975, was unseasonably cool, with 100 per cent chance of complaints owing to the rare gust of bureaucratic change. On his 6 p.m. broadcast the day Fahrenheit died, CBC weatherman Bill...
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2015/03/29 04:49
2015/03/29 04:49
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A brief bio on the author and a round-up of his books. Kazuo Ishiguro was born in Nagasaki, Japan, in 1954. He came to Britain in 1960 when his father began research at Britain’s National Institute...
2015/03/28 18:16
2015/03/28 18:16
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When English colonists began exploring America in the early 17th century, curiosity played as large a role in their drive to collect, inspect and classify its many new plants, animals and insects as...
2015/03/28 08:24
2015/03/28 08:24
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The city placed sixth in the Royal Society for Public Health league of shame, which ranked places of their amount of fast food joints, bookmakers and money lending outlets. The study also counted how...
2015/03/28 04:35
2015/03/28 04:35
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Pledge to protect forest reserves Kota Kinabalu: South East Asia Rainforest Research Partnership (SEARRP), which is supporting research and training programmes at the Danum Valley Field Centre,...
2015/03/27 18:39
2015/03/27 18:39
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University of Notre Dame applied mathematician Mark Alber and environmental biotechnologist Robert Nerenberg have developed a new computational model that effectively simulates the mechanical behavior...
Read more at PhysOrg, Science Daily
2015/03/27 17:37
2015/03/27 17:37
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The good thing about science is that it can make you change your mind. Ideologies hate to shift, but the scientific method's ability to marshall facts and empirical data to challenge existing beliefs...
2015/03/27 16:48
2015/03/27 16:48
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A top North university has appointed a new leader. Durham University’s new and 24th vice-chancellor and warden will be Professor Stuart Corbridge, currently deputy director and provost at the London...
2015/03/27 12:25
2015/03/27 12:25
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A league table ranking 70 towns and cities has been published by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) and Wolverhampton came sixth in the league of shame. The RSPH looked at how many fast food...
2015/03/26 21:24
2015/03/26 21:24
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Swansea and Cardiff are named in a new list of “unhealthy high streets” published by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH). The list highlights towns and cities across the UK which have high...
2015/03/26 16:31
2015/03/26 16:31
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TWO rising research stars at the University of Exeter Medical School have been awarded prestigious Sir Henry Dale Fellowships. Dr Sarah Flanagan and Dr Rachel Freathy have both received the award, in...
2015/03/26 13:27
2015/03/26 13:27
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High streets in Harrow have been ranked among the top ten healthiest high streets in London. Research from the Royal Society for Public Health looks at how businesses on the high street can impact...
2015/03/26 12:35
2015/03/26 12:35
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Preston and Middlesborough top the list of unhealthiest British high streets Well, at least now we know where to go for a Greggs pasty now. The unhealthiest high streets in Britain have been named...
2015/03/26 11:39
2015/03/26 11:39
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How many researchers does it take to change a light bulb? And how many lives could they save by changing it? The answer to both questions is larger than you might expect. In the developing world,...
2015/03/31 03:36
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