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walesonline
Spending too much time on the internet can make you ill, study claimsspending too much time on the internet make you ill? The study was conducted b
Spending too much time on the internet can make you ill, study claims
walesonline / Posted 3 days ago
spending too much time on the internet make you ill? The study was conducted by Professor Phil Reed and Rebecca Vile from Swansea University alongside Dr Lisa A Osborne from Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University (ABMU) health board and Dr Michela... Read more
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walesonline
Some the Europeans who make Wales an even better place to liveEastern Europe. The intention is to come here and graft and either send that mo
Some the Europeans who make Wales an even better place to live
walesonline / Posted 4 days ago
Eastern Europe. The intention is to come here and graft and either send that money home or start a life here.” Read More Swansea University academic Dr Johnes, an expert on the 20th-century history of Wales and Britain, said: “Modern Wales is a... Read more
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Dundas Star News
A sloth risks its life every time it poopscolor of a rotten banana. Witnessing it up close is as impressive as it is horr
A sloth risks its life every time it poops
Dundas Star News / Posted 5 days ago
color of a rotten banana. Witnessing it up close is as impressive as it is horrific. Rebecca Cliffe, a sloth biologist at Swansea University, said she's seen these animals lose up to one-third of their body weight after a healthy squat. One turd... Read more
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Daily Mail
AI computers could soon be used to diagnose cancerof healthy cells under a microscope to find cancerous cells in lymph node biops
AI computers could soon be used to diagnose cancer
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
of healthy cells under a microscope to find cancerous cells in lymph node biopsies Professor Paul Rees, an engineer at Swansea University, is using image recognition software to teach a computer to identify features in cells that indicate they... Read more
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walesonline
Prince Charles will visit Wales to officially open uni campusHall and a plaque unveiling followed by a speech from Prince Charles. Read Mor
Prince Charles will visit Wales to officially open uni campus
walesonline / Posted 6 days ago
Hall and a plaque unveiling followed by a speech from Prince Charles. Read More A computer generated aerial image of Swansea University Bay Campus off Fabian Way The campus has been a flagship project of charity The Prince’s... Read more
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DW
Are Facebook, Twitter and Google to blame for the crimes of the 'Islamic State'? |a role does social media play in helping groups like IS commit violent acts? A
Are Facebook, Twitter and Google to blame for the crimes of the 'Islamic State'? |
DW / Posted 9 days ago
a role does social media play in helping groups like IS commit violent acts? According to David Mair, a PhD candidate at Swansea University in Wales who specializes in terrorists' use of social media, these platforms are more useful to groups... Read more
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PhysOrg
A boost for steel: A smarter and safer way to tackle corrosionbeing exposed to hundreds of hours of salt spray, and showing virtually no sign
A boost for steel: A smarter and safer way to tackle corrosion
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
being exposed to hundreds of hours of salt spray, and showing virtually no signs of corrosion. Credit: Patrick Dodds, Swansea University A team from Swansea University which is developing a new 'smart release' corrosion inhibitor, for use in... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Former Sellafield safety boss awarded OBEin 1968, Dr Coates went on to study for a PhD in physics from Reading Universit
Former Sellafield safety boss awarded OBE
Whitehaven News / Posted 13 days ago
in 1968, Dr Coates went on to study for a PhD in physics from Reading University before undertook post-doctoral research at Swansea University. He lived in Gosforth from 1975-90 and has also served as president of the Society for Radiological... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
REA calls for 'urgent' collaboration between food waste industry and local authoritiesFareShare FoodCloud, and a WRAP Cymru project to examine redistribution opportu
REA calls for 'urgent' collaboration between food waste industry and local authorities
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 16 days ago
FareShare FoodCloud, and a WRAP Cymru project to examine redistribution opportunities involving student volunteers from Swansea University. FareShare Cymru project manager Sarah Germain added: “A great deal of progress has already been made on... Read more
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Daily Star
Broke students turn to sex work to pay uni feespay their way in college. Another 20% were considering doing the work. Prof T
Broke students turn to sex work to pay uni fees
Daily Star / Posted 16 days ago
pay their way in college. Another 20% were considering doing the work. Prof Tracey Sagar, who carried out the research at Swansea University, compared the webcam work to a pub job. She claimed: “It’s no harm. If somebody is doing sexual work and... Read more
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walesonline
Carwyn Jones launches devastating attack on Leave campaignerscampaigner Andrew RT Davies, who accused him of “reaching straight for the Proj
Carwyn Jones launches devastating attack on Leave campaigners
walesonline / Posted 16 days ago
campaigner Andrew RT Davies, who accused him of “reaching straight for the Project Fear playbook”. In a keynote speech at Swansea University backing the Remain campaign, Mr Jones said: “In this current funding period 2014-2020 Wales will receive... Read more
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walesonline
Carwyn Jones launches devastating attack on Leave campaignershand over to Wales an equivalent amount of cash to what it currently receives i
Carwyn Jones launches devastating attack on Leave campaigners
walesonline / Posted 17 days ago
hand over to Wales an equivalent amount of cash to what it currently receives in aid from the EU . In a keynote speech at Swansea University backing the Remain campaign, Mr Jones said: “In this current funding period 2014-2020 Wales will receive... Read more
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iol.co.za
Sex work is on students' radarthat one in five students are considering working in the sex industry. Profess
Sex work is on students' radar
iol.co.za / Posted 17 days ago
that one in five students are considering working in the sex industry. Professor Sagar, of the criminology department at Swansea University, insisted: “If somebody is doing sexual work and it’s not harming them physically, it should not be an... Read more
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express
Student prostitution in UK as common as bar work top academic claimsin higher education turn to the sex trade – and it is no different to bar work.
Student prostitution in UK as common as bar work top academic claims
express / Posted 17 days ago
in higher education turn to the sex trade – and it is no different to bar work. She added that extensive survey at Swansea University found almost a quarter of students were considering working in the sex industry to make ends meet or fund... Read more
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The Telegraph
Aloof, even in varsity gymunderstand my feelings." Ankush Aggarwal, the third of the Indians who worked
Aloof, even in varsity gym
The Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
understand my feelings." Ankush Aggarwal, the third of the Indians who worked on Klug's research team, is now teaching at Swansea University in the UK. Aggarwal did not respond to telephone calls. Klug's appeal extended beyond those he advised... Read more
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FOX News
Co-sleeping linked to breastfeeding, study finds82 percent, respectively, of mothers who bed-shared intermittently or rarely.
Co-sleeping linked to breastfeeding, study finds
FOX News / Posted 23 days ago
82 percent, respectively, of mothers who bed-shared intermittently or rarely. Amy Brown, a professor of public health at Swansea University in Wales, noted that breastfed babies need to feed often to keep up the mothers' milk supply and can feed... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Frequent moves contribute to childhood hospitalizationsavoided by regular contact and engagement with primary health care providers,”
Frequent moves contribute to childhood hospitalizations
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
avoided by regular contact and engagement with primary health care providers,” said lead study author Hayley Hutchings of Swansea University in the U.K. “Moving even once may result in severing of links with primary health care providers, which... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Can frequent moves contribute to childhood hospitalizations?avoided by regular contact and engagement with primary health care providers,”
Can frequent moves contribute to childhood hospitalizations?
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 days ago
avoided by regular contact and engagement with primary health care providers,” said lead study author Hayley Hutchings of Swansea University in the U.K. “Moving even once may result in severing of links with primary health care providers, which... Read more
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walesonline
£8m Swansea copper attraction moves a step closerIt’s envisaged around 150,000 visitors a year will visit the attraction which S
£8m Swansea copper attraction moves a step closer
walesonline / Posted 26 days ago
It’s envisaged around 150,000 visitors a year will visit the attraction which Swansea University experts say is one of the leading heritage sites in the world. The scheme could also see world famous Welsh whisky being made in Swansea. At one time,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Computer generated math proof is largest ever at 200 terabytessize. In their paper uploaded to the preprint server arXiv, Marijn Heule with t
Computer generated math proof is largest ever at 200 terabytes
PhysOrg / Posted 27 days ago
size. In their paper uploaded to the preprint server arXiv, Marijn Heule with the University of Texas, Oliver Kullmann with Swansea University and Victor Marek with the University of Kentucky outline the math problem, the means by which a... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Alpha thalassemia blood disease protects against malariaFreya J.I. Fowkes, and colleagues from the University of Oxford, Papua New Guin
Alpha thalassemia blood disease protects against malaria
News-Medical-Net / Posted 27 days ago
Freya J.I. Fowkes, and colleagues from the University of Oxford, Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research, and Swansea University, show that an attack of severe malaria causes the loss of one-third to one-half of the total number of red... Read more
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Daily Star
Sex fiend went on UK-wide rape tour to prey on university studentsManchester, on his mobile phone. He also carried out internet searches for "hi
Sex fiend went on UK-wide rape tour to prey on university students
Daily Star / Posted 29 days ago
Manchester, on his mobile phone. He also carried out internet searches for "high school girls", "Freshers Week" and "Swansea University Students Union." The divorcee would pop Viagra tablets and snort cocaine in a bid to heighten his sexual... Read more
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Daily Record
Sex fiend went on 'rape tour' of UK universities targeting drunk womentaking 38 images on his mobile phone. He also carried out internet searches for
Sex fiend went on 'rape tour' of UK universities targeting drunk women
Daily Record / Posted 30 days ago
taking 38 images on his mobile phone. He also carried out internet searches for 'high school girls', 'Freshers Week' and 'Swansea University Students Union.' It emerged he would swallow Viagra tablets and snort cocaine in a bid to heighten his... Read more
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