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2015/01/29 05:41
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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Do you have an entourage or posse that helps you work magic you can’t conjure up alone? Is there a group of co-conspirators that prods you to be brave and farseeing? If not,...
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2015/01/28 17:41
2015/01/28 17:41
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... team of researchers with members from several institutions in Japan has found a way to allow for using scanning electron microscopes (ESM) on living insects—encase them in a nanosuit. In...
Read more at PhysOrg, redOrbit
2015/01/28 16:52
2015/01/28 16:52
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Youths ordered food – before driving to the drive-thru hatch and throwing the chicken inside Customers were most definitely not lovin' it when the squawking fowl was hurled through the drive-thru...
2015/01/28 16:50
2015/01/28 16:50
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A nine point action plan has been launched in a bid to prevent further deaths in the River Wear in Durham. Durham County Council, Durham University, Durham Cathedral and Durham police all helped...
2015/01/28 16:42
2015/01/28 16:42
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... pair of researchers based at New York University has found a second explanation for the long lifespan of naked mole rats—their social networks. In their paper published in The Royal...
Read more at PhysOrg, EARTHtimes.org
2015/01/28 16:42
2015/01/28 16:42
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University of Adelaide researchers have made a surprising discovery in the aquifers beneath the Western Australian desert, which challenges the traditional Darwinian view of evolution. A team, lead...
2015/01/28 07:19
2015/01/28 07:19
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Have doctors, therapy and pills had their day in helping to wean people off addiction? Shopping vouchers and online social networks may be powerful, modern tools to help people quit smoking and lose...
2015/01/27 16:53
2015/01/27 16:53
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Pennsylvania-based chocolate manufacturer Hershey’s has blocked imports of British-made Cadbury chocolate from entering the U.S. Hershey’s not-so-smooth move of banning British-made Cadbury chocolate...
2015/01/27 16:18
2015/01/27 16:18
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What's On In Aberdeen Aberdeen Skeptics in the Pub: Uncovering our Medieval Aberdonian Ancestors The Skeletal Remains from St. Nicholas Kirk, Aberdeen Dr Kate Britton What's the talk about? The...
2015/01/27 11:10
2015/01/27 11:10
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International materials development consultancy Lucideon is continuing its expansion plans with new facilities in Cambridge Science Park. Operating as Lucideon Cambridge Polymer Limited, the new site...
2015/01/27 09:08
2015/01/27 09:08
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The British cell biologist Professor Amanda Gay Fisher of Imperial College London (ICL) has been honored with the Helmholtz International Fellow Award for her excellent research. Fisher is one of...
2015/01/27 04:38
2015/01/27 04:38
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Science has provided us with many wondrous things, but what about dinner? Well, actually, it has gone there too, but generally, molecular gastronomy tends to consider itself a little above the humble...
2015/01/26 12:09
2015/01/26 12:09
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Professor Quentin Fisher, Professor of petroleum geoengineering at the University of Leeds, said: “It is disappointing to see a Government committee putting the ill-informed views of anti-fracking...
2015/01/26 11:39
2015/01/26 11:39
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Private information would be much more secure if individuals moved away from cloud-based storage towards peer-to-peer systems, where data is stored in a variety of ways and across a variety of sites,...
2015/01/25 21:16
2015/01/25 21:16
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... author of Sri Lankan origin, Romesh Gunesekera who is on the Council of the Royal Society of Literature was at the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival. Yogesh Pawar caught up with him to discuss his...
2015/01/25 14:48
2015/01/25 14:48
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A pair of rare birds have been turning heads after making home at a North East park. Visitors to the Wallsend Hall grounds have being enjoying the sight of the brightly-coloured kingfishers who have...
2015/01/24 13:49
2015/01/24 13:49
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James Barry’s Murals at the Royal Society of Arts review: to the Grand Manor born Barry’s six murals in the London RSA are perhaps the most important cycle of history paintings in Britain This is a...
2015/01/24 06:49
2015/01/24 06:49
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The latest Hennessy nominees Eighteen writers chosen from entries submitted in the last 12 months in three categories: First Fiction, Emerging Fiction and Emerging Poetry Writer Martina Devlin,...
2015/01/24 03:42
2015/01/24 03:42
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New research by Rice physicist Boris Yakobson and his colleagues shows it should be possible to control the edge properties of graphene nanoribbons by controlling the conditions under which the...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2015/01/24 01:09
2015/01/24 01:09
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The prestigious Learned Societies Group, which includes the Royal Society of Edinburgh, has estimated the annual science budget of an average secondary school should be some £30,000 - five times more...
2015/01/29 05:41
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