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Football365
Football people on TV: Peter Beagriethat, on every level, should neutralise any unpleasantness towards him. We are
Football people on TV: Peter Beagrie
Football365 / Posted 7 hours ago
that, on every level, should neutralise any unpleasantness towards him. We are all mortal, we all bleed red. Social media research was very interesting and mostly positive. ‘Somersaults n motorbikes.’ ‘Seems to just love football. Love his... Read more
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Zero Hedge
With Janet Yellen Just Hours Away, Directionless Markets Wait For A Signalis understandable given how much of the market strength is due to central bank
With Janet Yellen Just Hours Away, Directionless Markets Wait For A Signal
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
is understandable given how much of the market strength is due to central bank action," said Philippe Gijsels, head of research at BNP Paribas Fortis in Brussels. "The fact that some of her disciples have indicated that it may be time to raise... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Key role for Uni in developing a new eHealth curriculuman employability figure of 92.1% - will work alongside other stakeholders, incl
Key role for Uni in developing a new eHealth curriculum
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
an employability figure of 92.1% - will work alongside other stakeholders, including schools, hospitals, businesses and research centres. “The general objectives of the project will see us look to improve the relevance of higher education in... Read more
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Gulf News
Post Arab Spring, 'lifespan drops across region'between 2010 and 2013, with deteriorating conditions threatening health gains m
Post Arab Spring, 'lifespan drops across region'
Gulf News / Posted 2 days ago
between 2010 and 2013, with deteriorating conditions threatening health gains made over the previous two decades, researchers said.In Syria, life expectancy for men has declined by five years since the war there began in 2011, a new... Read more
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express
GCSE results out today and girls predicted to be way ahead of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
GCSE results out today and girls predicted to be way ahead of boys
express / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, the director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades.Related articles GCSE... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys « Shropshire Starin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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Express and Star
GCSE results 2016: Girls set to dominate boys as exam grades revealed « Express & Starin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
GCSE results 2016: Girls set to dominate boys as exam grades revealed « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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Lancashire Telegraph
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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West Moreland Gazette
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Kingston Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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Streatham Guardian
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Streatham Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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Bury Times
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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Gazette
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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guardian-series
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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Harrow Times
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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This is West Country
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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Gazette News
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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Bolton News
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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Wandsworth Guardian
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
240 related stories
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boysin the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithe
Girls' GCSE grades predicted to be 'a long way ahead' of boys
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 2 days ago
in the traditional manner ahead of Government reforms and Professor Alan Smithers, director of Buckingham University's Centre for Education and Employment Research, has carried out an annual analysis of predicted grades. He said: "The results... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Massey opens language research centre with ChinaThursday, 25 August 2016, 10:43 amPress Release: Massey UniversityThe teaching
Massey opens language research centre with China
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
Thursday, 25 August 2016, 10:43 amPress Release: Massey UniversityThe teaching of Chinese language in New Zealand is about to get a major boost with the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dublin 4-star hotel deals surge amid record room ratesin recent years, with deals in the sector worth over €420 million set to close
Dublin 4-star hotel deals surge amid record room rates
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
in recent years, with deals in the sector worth over €420 million set to close before the year is out. Earlier this month, Spanish group Riu Hotels & Resorts was picked as preferred bidder for the landmark Gresham Hotel on O’Connell Street after... Read more
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Hamilton News
In Brief: Leafs name Mark Hunter assistant general managerMarlies, overseeing all prospects within the club's system while also leading t
In Brief: Leafs name Mark Hunter assistant general manager
Hamilton News / Posted 4 days ago
Marlies, overseeing all prospects within the club's system while also leading the Maple Leafs' player development, hockey research and development departments. Koivu given role as captain for Finland at World Cup of Hockey NEW YORK — Mikko Koivu... Read more
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Daily Mail
The racy photos and troubling questions about Donald Trump's wifePozar claims the pair first met three years earlier, in 1995, around the time o
The racy photos and troubling questions about Donald Trump's wife
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Pozar claims the pair first met three years earlier, in 1995, around the time of the nude photo shoot. ‘During my research I was told that they met in 1995,’ says Pozar, a journalist who is co-author of Melania Trump — The Inside Story:... Read more
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Football365
Football people on TV: Phil Nevillewas even a small echo of David Pleat’s encyclopedia brain, and there can be no
Football people on TV: Phil Neville
Football365 / Posted 8 days ago
was even a small echo of David Pleat’s encyclopedia brain, and there can be no greater praise than that. Has added a lot of Spanish knowledge to his football riff-a-rama. There was that storm in a teacup about hurting Tomas Rosicky in 2015 where... Read more
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PhysOrg
Star and planetary scientists get millions of hours on EU supercomputersResearchers from Astrophysics and Planetary Science at the Niels Bohr Institute
Star and planetary scientists get millions of hours on EU supercomputers
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
Researchers from Astrophysics and Planetary Science at the Niels Bohr Institute has just been granted 91 million CPU hours on European supercomputers to three major research projects. Here is the Spanish supercomputer Mare Nostrum in Barcelona. It is... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Gap years: where to go, what to do, and how to use it to boost your CVon six continents. “There is increasing recognition that people develop through
Gap years: where to go, what to do, and how to use it to boost your CV
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
on six continents. “There is increasing recognition that people develop through a year out. Europe is definitely the centre ground for this – the USA is perhaps 20 years behind. Americans are very focused; there is a fear of losing time. But... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study reveals crucial role of TERRA in preservation of telomerespreserving these protective structures. This is the conclusion of a new study b
Study reveals crucial role of TERRA in preservation of telomeres
News-Medical-Net / Posted 9 days ago
preserving these protective structures. This is the conclusion of a new study by the Telomere and Telomerase Group at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO), which has also located the part of the human genome where these molecules are... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study reveals twenty-year-old native English speaking American knows 42000 wordsHow many words do we know? It turns out that even language experts and research
Study reveals twenty-year-old native English speaking American knows 42000 words
News-Medical-Net / Posted 9 days ago
How many words do we know? It turns out that even language experts and researchers have a tough time estimating this. Armed with a new list of words and using the power of social media, a new study published in Frontiers in Psychology, has found... Read more
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International Business Times
How many words do most adults know? In the largest study of its kind ever attempted, new research published in the
How many words do most adults know?
International Business Times / Posted 11 days ago
In the largest study of its kind ever attempted, new research published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology suggests that by the age of twenty, on average, a native speaker of American English knows around 42,000 words. The study was based on an... Read more
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Daily Mail
How many words do YOU know?: Take the test to find outthat by the time they are 20 years-old, the average native English speaking Ame
How many words do YOU know?: Take the test to find out
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
that by the time they are 20 years-old, the average native English speaking American knows 42,000 dictionary words. Researchers also found that as we grow older, one new word is added to our vocabulary every two days - which means the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sault's big energy futurethat is in energy ," said Kieran O'Neill, a 30-year-old smart energy business s
Sault's big energy future
The Sudbury Star / Posted 11 days ago
that is in energy ," said Kieran O'Neill, a 30-year-old smart energy business strategist at the Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre. On the downside, these solar and wind farms employ very few people, and most revenue flows to out-of-town investors.... Read more
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The Sault Star
Sault's big energy futurethat is in energy ," said Kieran O'Neill, a 30-year-old smart energy business s
Sault's big energy future
The Sault Star / Posted 13 days ago
that is in energy ," said Kieran O'Neill, a 30-year-old smart energy business strategist at the Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre. On the downside, these solar and wind farms employ very few people, and most revenue flows to out-of-town investors.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Food 53: The ThinkersNick Saul, President & CEO of Community Food Centres Canada, poses for a photo
The Food 53: The Thinkers
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Nick Saul, President & CEO of Community Food Centres Canada, poses for a photo at his Toronto office on Friday, August 5, 2016. Nick Saul: His centres are breaking the mould of how those in need get access to food The word “dignity” isn’t heard... Read more
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Al.com
Huntsville Restaurant Week 2016 guide: Food specials, events, giveawaysHampton Cove 8217 Hwy. 72 W., Madison Matamoros First course: guacamole sala
Huntsville Restaurant Week 2016 guide: Food specials, events, giveaways
Al.com / Posted 15 days ago
Hampton Cove 8217 Hwy. 72 W., Madison Matamoros First course: guacamole salad Second course: Two chicken enchiladas and Spanish rice First course: Mix house salad Second course: Burrito grande (chicken or steak) Spanish rice or beans Third... Read more
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The Anfield Wrap
You're The Boss: What Would You Do As Manager Of Watford?Yellow Army, I moved quickly to remedy the situation. Running a football club i
You're The Boss: What Would You Do As Manager Of Watford?
The Anfield Wrap / Posted 15 days ago
Yellow Army, I moved quickly to remedy the situation. Running a football club is a serious business and it demands thorough research. First up, I spoke to the senior sports writer at the Northwich Guardian, Andrew Simpson, to get the lowdown on... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Food 53: The ThinkersNick Saul, President & CEO of Community Food Centres Canada, poses for a photo
The Food 53: The Thinkers
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Nick Saul, President & CEO of Community Food Centres Canada, poses for a photo at his Toronto office on Friday, August 5, 2016. Nick Saul: His centres are breaking the mould of how those in need get access to food The word “dignity” isn’t heard... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Food 53: Meet The ThinkersNick Saul, President & CEO of Community Food Centres Canada, poses for a photo
The Food 53: Meet The Thinkers
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Nick Saul, President & CEO of Community Food Centres Canada, poses for a photo at his Toronto office on Friday, August 5, 2016. Nick Saul: His centres are breaking the mould of how those in need get access to food The word “dignity” isn’t heard... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The future of travel, from villas beneath the sea to journeys into spaceexpect fresh snow produced by an artificial-snow maker, similar to the one used
The future of travel, from villas beneath the sea to journeys into space
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
expect fresh snow produced by an artificial-snow maker, similar to the one used in the Mall of the Emirates indoor ski centre. Main Europe will be a repository for the destinations without a designated island, so visitors will be able to... Read more
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CBC.ca
Applying to be an astronaut? Check out your competitionin space sciences at International Space University, MD at University of Albert
Applying to be an astronaut? Check out your competition
CBC.ca / Posted 19 days ago
in space sciences at International Space University, MD at University of Alberta; internships at European Astronaut Centre and Johnson Space Centre in aerospace medicine; citizen science astronaut training with Project PoSSUM (polar... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Social Media Special - the Messi Shirt Bashir Fell forDabanga highlights the voices heard in this social media storm. It started on
Social Media Special - the Messi Shirt Bashir Fell for
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
Dabanga highlights the voices heard in this social media storm. It started on Thursday 28 July. A representative of the Spanish football club FC Barcelona announced to bring Sudanese president Omar Al Bashir several original football jerseys,... Read more
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PollutionOnline
httpwwwprnewswirecomnews-releasesnew-ceramic-membrane-enables-first-direct-conversion-of-natural-gas-to-liquids-without-co2-emissions-300309667htmlactivation of methane, the main component of biogas and natural gas, has been a
httpwwwprnewswirecomnews-releasesnew-ceramic-membrane-enables-first-direct-conversion-of-natural-gas-to-liquids-without-co2-emissions-300309667html
PollutionOnline / Posted 19 days ago
activation of methane, the main component of biogas and natural gas, has been a key goal of the hydrocarbon research community for decades. This new process is detailed in the August 5, 2016 edition of Science, in a research paper... Read more
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Northern Star
Everything that's happening in your communityToastmasters 7.pm Anglican Church hall Alstonville . ph 6628 3626. Brunswick V
Everything that's happening in your community
Northern Star / Posted 22 days ago
Toastmasters 7.pm Anglican Church hall Alstonville . ph 6628 3626. Brunswick Valley Communicators 7.30pm Anglican Centre Ocean Shores ph 6684 3349. Casino View Club 11.15am Casino R S M Club ph 6662 4154 or 6662 2610. Parents in Pain Inc... Read more
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The Irish Times
Hugh O’Neill: romantic hero or power-hungry politician?could at last breathe a sigh of relief. The Great O’Neill, or Tyrone as they ca
Hugh O’Neill: romantic hero or power-hungry politician?
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
could at last breathe a sigh of relief. The Great O’Neill, or Tyrone as they called him, would not be returning with a Spanish expedition to destabilise their grand project of transforming the most Gaelic province of Ireland into its most... Read more
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express
Squeaky referendum time! The nine public votes threatening to TEAR the EU apartseen as one of the most immune to the growing eurosceptic tide sweeping the con
Squeaky referendum time! The nine public votes threatening to TEAR the EU apart
express / Posted 24 days ago
seen as one of the most immune to the growing eurosceptic tide sweeping the continent. But a recent report by the Global Research think tank found a worrying rise in support for the far-right in the Balkan country, which has been on the frontline... Read more
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